The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02958

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AIRPORT FAREWELLRoberto (TItt;) Arias, former Panamanian ambtissacioi.. ''Gre'at Btit:
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er, Harmodio Arias Jr., just before boarding a plane last night for Rio Janeiro,

Arias Plans One- ont ay
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In Rio Before,Going To Europe
LIMA, Peru,,Juni 26 (UPI)---Dr. Roberto Arias, former Panamanian An;baslia'ilor
to London, stopped'Off here toclay' on tits vi ay to Rio de Janeiro, where he VAII
temporarily as a refugee.
Ariat arrived here at 1:40 a.m. and checked in at a hotel to get a few hi3urs' sleep
before going on. He left for Rio at 11:40 a.m. and is scheduled to arrive there at 10
tonight.
Before turning In, he cabled his British-ballerina wife, Dame Margot Tonteyn, ask asking'
ing' asking' her to inebt him in the Brazilian capital.
He told, neviStYlen they plan tostay in Rio for 30 days and then leave for EuroPe.
They will return to Panama, "as soon as possible," he said.

Arias declined comment on Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian governmtmt charges that
he and his wife were implicated
in the April invasion of Panama,
except to tell a' reporter who ask asked
ed asked whether he was the leader Id
the invasion tbat "you give me
to mu Rh importance."
Arias, who lived for more than
two months in the Brazilian em embassy
bassy embassy in Panama City before he
was able to get a safe conduct for
the Rio trip, said he spent most
of the time catching up on his
reading.
Ho said he read 3Q or 40 novels
and biographies during his em embassy
bassy embassy stay, Including someliko
es-President Truman's memoirs
that "I had started earlier
but been too bored to finish."
Arias left Tocumen airport at
8:20 last night. At the airport to
see him off were his father, ex exPresident
President exPresident Harmodio Arias, and
his brother Harmodio Jr., in addi addition
tion addition to 'a number of newsmen and
press photogra'phers.
Assemblymen Aquilino Boyd and
Alfredo Ramirez, Mier bad aCCOM aCCOMpanied
panied aCCOMpanied Arias on April 24 when he
sought refuge In the Brazilian
Embassy arrived at ,the, far end
or the runway when he was 'al 'already
ready 'already aboard the plane.'
Arias boarded the plane after ill
the other passengers viere already
on at Braniff's maintenance hang hangar
ar hangar at the far end of the, runWaY runWaYHe
He runWaYHe arrived at the,leatiquarterl
of the Tocumen National Guard
detachrtient shortly after the plane
which was to take him-to Lima,
' Peru, landed at the airport. ',He
- was aceomnanied by Brazilian Am AmAmissador,
Amissador, AmAmissador, 'Jorge latour,- Deputy
Pore;qo Minister Mariano Oteiza,
and' Latourts secretary In the Am

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bassador's chauffeur-driven auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Leading, the motorcade when it
drove up to the airport was a ra radio
dio radio patrol car containing National
Guard Capts, Omar Torrijos and
Manuel J. Hurtado. Following the
Ambasmdor's vehicle was Minist Minister
er Minister of Governntent and Justice Jo Jose
se Jose D. Bazan in his automobile,
with 'another patrol car bringing
up the rear.
In the apartment occupied bY
Airport administrator Antonio de
Reuter, Arias was allowed to
spend a few minutes alone with
his father and his brother, and lat later
er later with Arquimedes Fernandez,
the editor of Arias' tabloid La His.
Ilargot Fonteyn
Seeks To Fly
To Rio Today
LOND014, June 26 (UMBal (UMBallerina
lerina (UMBallerina Margot Fonteyn will be at
husband Dr. Roberto Aria's side
in, Rio de Janebv tomorrow if she
can get aboard a Panair do Brasil
plane today.,;
r "I am trying 'to ge't a reserva reservation
tion reservation on the one that le,aves from
1Rome, this 'afternoon,',.! the said
from ber Kensington apartment.
She 'said she was xlelighted by
the neWS of "Tito's" release from
tht Brazilian embassy in Panama,
where he sought asylum last April.
Dame Margot said that she
would fly either to Zurich or Rome
to make connecijons with the flight
if she was able to book ber reservation.

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ra, and Ricardo Lince, city editor
of El Panama America.
Arias was in good. spirits, jok joking
ing joking and quipping with Otelza And
newtmen as he waited to taketho
plane. Re seemed thinner than;beg
fore he took refuge in the Brazil Brazilian
ian Brazilian Embassy, but iteappeared
be in the best of health.,
Ex-Bus Driver Held
By lone Officials
On' Rape Charge
A 41-year-old Plina Madan firm firmer
er firmer bus driveer Will bound over to
U.S. District Court yesterday on
a charge of raping a 14-year-old
Panamanian girl.
Cardinal Cumberbatcb, whe has
been sought by police' since last
Dec. 15, waived his preliminary
hearing in Balboa Magistrate's
Court On the charge., Bail, was set
at $250.
Cumberbatch formerly operated
an independent bus between. Itio
Abajo in Panama and 'the Canal
Zone via ChivaChive, Trail; It,. is
alieged that on or about Der.-15
last, while within ,tht ,Canal Zone
on the trail, Cumberbatch4orced
the girl to submit to,his Attentions.
She was the only ;remaining -,psa.
Fenger on the but at the:tinit,
The young lady,' Who appeared
in court to identify the defendant,
it pregnant.
Cumberbatch was arresie d
Wednesday night by Panama Sect
ret Police and subsequently, turn,.
ed over to Canal Zone authorities,

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Long Gets Out
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''COVINGTON; La., June 26
(UPI)Gov. Earl K. Long got him himsell
sell himsell released from a mental hospi hospital
tal hospital today by firing the two men who
ran the hospital.
The case to keep Long in the
Southeastern Louisiana (mental)
Hospital was quickly dropped and
District Judge Robert D. Jones let
Long go. An Aide said Long was
going to a hotel.
Long sat quietly bolding an un unlighted
lighted unlighted cigarette while Attorney
General Jack Gremillion joined in
a motion of Long's lawyers to drop
the ommitment order which put
Long into the hospital eight days
ago.
: Judge Jones then said there was
no caseLong was free.
' Spectators jamming tbe swelter sweltering
ing sweltering courtroomactually a junior
high school SYmnasiumbrolte in into,
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I ran the hospital.
, , example of international co prosperity and happiness in

Aniz -a. .,P Avvi, ,,,,,s ,'''' operation. peace, with justice for ail."
Southeastern Louisiana (mental) Me waterway is "a magnifi-
The Queen told Eisenhower:
, Hospital was quickly dropped and
"You will always be rement- Gov. William E. Potter's prediction the Panama Ca Ca'
' Ca' District Judge Robert D. Jones let friendship of our two nation s
cent monument to the enduring
bered as one of the great mi- nal traffic jam is broken was only a step from reality to toLong
Long toLong go. An Aide said Long was
,,,,..,,. s, md. ,,,,, litary leaders who brought the
friths& tn s hntal and to their partnership in the
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WS Anil. 14 VW11111,14,7 .11 JIALLAUL The President said the Sea Seahigh
high Seahigh .school gymnasiumbroke in- way, which he described as a
to thunderoils applause.: 2300-mile waterway of locks,
7, 4,..
Yt: '' lakes and man-made channels
Transistlunian Phon, from the Atlantic Ocean to
U the Great Lakes, was an ex
ample of the way othev na nations
tions nations should work together.
Con lract Awariled "But the Seaway is far more
than a technical and a comma comma(
( comma( 'To: Wag Outfit dal triumph'," he said in a
. speeCh heard by an estimated
,.1...- -' ,ok., 50,000 persOnt bY Public address
' The tOntract for the new quarter- system. '
million, dollar Canal Zone micro- It has More significance than
wave ,tOrnmunicatione system was could the succsesful construc construcawarded
awarded construcawarded today by the Panama Ca- tion of even this notable aid to
malteinpatly to the Motorola Com- commerce and communication."
Immittation and'rlectrmtics, Toe- "It is, above all, a magniti-.
l'otChitago' whit), Moidelow 1,14 Cent IY1001 SO the enti,rellkorld
,0644,Whistile.11YltigOitjeovOtC4l Alus-uchieteraenta poEisible:to
..tfrfsPeoilicotiohiP";7,-ii. '''' ,A. demoCrittle, nations peacefully
'Ina Iliatem to he instant(' Liu wbrking together for the -PMhave
the ultimate eabeeity ofr? mon goodt

illuitontract for the new quarter quartermillion
million quartermillion dollar Canal Zone micro-1
wave ,cOrnmunications system was
awarded today by the Panama Ca Camel
mel Camel tenioatly to the Motorola Com ComI'mMtitetion
I'mMtitetion ComI'mMtitetion and'rlectrottics, Inc.
'of:Chicago' whit), Midelow bids.
,tott4owiP' Iwitetityttotle-jeovoed-Ati
Ilititem. to be Installa
neve the ultimate capacity of 560
4oice ehennels and the installed
Capacity el 54 voice channels.
In addition there will be tlwee
and a half full duplex telegraph
ebanneli. and active non drop le le,peitters
,peitters le,peitters et Gamboa and Caton.,
The it& system la to replace the
ekistineunderground telephone ca cable
ble cable between Balboa, and Cristobal
whichas installed nearly 45
Years ago along the Panama Rail Railrow!
row! Railrow! trecks.
The 0100-pair telephone cable a along
long along the trans-Isthmian highway
will be continuedin service.
The tnstallation of the microwave
communications system will in involve
volve involve the construction of towers,
reflectors, antennts, transmission
lines,. and wave guides.
Designs for the equipment were
orenared by Gibbs and Hill. a New
York engineering firm, which was
engaged livd year to design this
find a telemetering network for hy hydrographic
drographic hydrographic reports.

hie between Balboa, and Cristobal Six music-minded Americaa col colwhich;,4was
which;,4was colwhich;,4was installed nearly 45 lege students are sisiting Pinarna
Mira Igo along the Panama Rail- toaay on a sell-organizect goodwill
road tracks. mission.
The 0100-pair telephone cableta- Their tuneful salute to interne internelong'
long' internelong' the trans-Isthmian highway tional friendship will include a
willhe'continuedin service. performahce this afternoon at the
'The Installation of the, microwave National Institute and tonight at
the University of Panama.
communications system will
volve the construction of towers, On tomorrow's schedule is an
reflegtore, antennas. transmission appearance at 11 a.m. at the Pa Palinesi.and
linesi.and Palinesi.and wave guides. namanian-North ,American Bina BinaDesigns
Designs BinaDesigns for the equipment were tional Center. They will be heard
ntenared by Gibbs and Hill. a New in Santa. Ana Plaza at 8:30 Satur SaturYork
York SaturYork engineering firm, which was day evening, then will play a few
engaged lsot year to design this numbers at a University students'
end telemetering network for hy- dance at the Panama Golf Club
drographic reports. before moving on to the Rainbow
City gymnasium.
Your kids Go. The group includes Joseph
Blatchford of Beverly Hills, Calif
a student of international law at
Salk Shots? the University of California. In
1956, he was captain of his school's
championship tennis team, and
Because of the recent increase later played at Wimbledon.
of poliomyelitis in the United Ronald Dunton. trombonist, live&
States, parents of children who at Fair Lawn, N.J. His musical
mey be travelling to the United interest& have taken him through
States. this summei are being urg- Mexico and Europe.
ed by: the Health Bureau to Michael Payson, 26, of Portland,
chick their children's Salk vac- Maine, has played the drums in
cinatiOn records. jazz bands in Europe. An Air
These who have completed the Force veteran, he is now study studyIseries
Iseries studyIseries of three injections more ing at the Massachusetts Institute
than one year ago may get a of Technology.
'booster Inoculation. Donn Chickering, 21, a senior at
Those children who have not Dartmouth University, is t h e
received any of the three injec- group's pianist, and also plays the
lions necessary for complete pro- trombone. Toshio Nagatani, a na natection
tection natection should start the series tive of Chicago, is the bass fiddle
immediately, the Health Bureau man. He is studying social psycho psychosays.
says. psychosays. logy at Harvard University.
Ahy,of the three injections plus Trombonist and youngest mem memthe,
the, memthe, booster can be obtained in ber of the group Is Robert Sheet Sheetthe
the Sheetthe f.hospitals' Outpatient Cli- man, second-year student al
nice ,,itr at any of the aid Sta- Rutgers University. He is a native
tionii tree of charge to those en- of Fairlawn, N.J and has claim claimtitled
titled claimtitled to Canal Zone hospital pri- ed several prizes in wrestling com comvileges.
vileges. comvileges. petition in his state.

By FRANK ELEAZEIt
,
WASHINGTON, (UPI) For Fortunately
tunately Fortunately for us ordinary folks
thtore '.always somebody here
leoking out for our interests.
Testifying in out behalf this
Week before a Senate Commerce
SubcomMittee were:
:; orsanized new car dealers,
whit, :Want to ave us from so
mUch tiresome hopping around
',hen' we get ready to trade.
!The Federal Trade Com ComMlgiOnp
MlgiOnp ComMlgiOnp Which contends we like
shopping around, espe cially
when.:it can save us some mon mon,
, mon,
thit in the competi competitive
tive competitive auto market since 1953 car
buyers have been putting in
more and more time hunting
for bargains is. dealers roamed

1S DAILY NEWSPAPER
,
unt t an
country is sale" -- Abraham Lincoln

Daa11
Elizabeth And

Open St. Lawrence Seaway

MONTREAL, June 26' (IND
Queen ,Elizabtth and President
Eisenhower formally opened the
St. Lawrence Seaway to ship shipping
ping shipping today.
They hailed it as a new
wonder of the world and an
example of international co
operation.
The waterway is "a magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent monument to the enduring
friendship of our two nation s
and to their partnership in the
development of North Amer America,"
ica," America," Canada's Queen told the
President in a speech carried
throughout the world by radio
and into millions of homes by
televisin.
"That partneship is most a agreeably
greeably agreeably symbolized, Mt Presi President
dent President in Ahe tank that you and
have joined together to per perform
form perform this ceremony today.'
Six College Cats
Here From Stales

of Fairlawn, N.J and has claim- several supreme court decisions
ed several prizes in wrestling com- holding that federal legislation ex expetition
petition expetition in his state. eluded state laws in certain fields.

Dealin' Auto

further and wider in their
search for prospects.
So now the National Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Dealers Assn. (though
not all of its members) wants
Congress to pass a law under
which each dealer could enjoy
protected sales rights for his
make of ear in his own fran franchise
chise franchise al:ea.
Of course you still could drive
over to the next rounty to buy
your.new set of tailfins, but the
outside dealer in whatever make
you selected would have to
cough up a $150 or 3200 penalty
to the dealer in your own home
town.
"It's for the benefit of the
buyer," said Sen. Roman L.
Hruska (R-Neb.), sponsor of
one of several differing bills on
the sUbject. "It's to improve the
deal he gets."

Pocr

Eisenhower

o
PI) "May this example never be
ddent forgotten by us.
d the "May it never be ignored by
shiP- others, for in the reasonable re resolution
solution resolution of the acute interna internanew
new internanew tional problems of our time
i an rests the single hope for world
co prosperity and happiness in
peace, with justice for all."

The Queen told Eisenhower:
"You will always be remem remembered
bered remembered as one of, tbe great mi military
litary military leaders who brought the
free world through the most
severe crisis fo modern times."
"We welcome you here as
President of a great and friend friendly
ly friendly neighboring state; but we
have a special welcome for you
as General Eisenhower," he
said.
"Today Canada and the Unit United
ed United States are celebrating a vic victory
tory victory of another kind.
"This distinguished company
has come together from the two
great countries that border this
waterway to mark the comple completion
tion completion of a combined operation
that ranks as one of the out outstanding
standing outstanding engineering accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments 01 modern times.
"We can say in truth that
this occasion deserves a place
in hisotry."
Corozal Hospilal
Inmate,Has Brie!
-Taste' Of fieddom
47, 4.41,4
. ,
A CorOzal Mettla) Hospital pa patient
tient patient who Iled confiriemcnt yes.J
terday captilred only two
hours laterless than two miles
from the institution.
Luis A. Lombardo, 38-y9ar-old
Panamanian who has Jeen un under
der under observation by psychiatrists
to determine his fitness to
stand trial on felony charges,
climbed the hospital fence and
made off yesterday morning.
'Within minu tes a police
search party was after the fugi fugitive.
tive. fugitive. Shortly before noon Lom Lombardo
bardo Lombardo was seen crouched in
high grass in a ravine less than
a mile from the hospital
grounds.
Lombardo has been charged
with multiple burglaries in the
Gavilan area.
McClellan To Press
For Stales Rights

WASHINGTON (UPI) Chair-'iam-was- seven inone 24-hour- pe peman
man peman John L. McClellan (1)-Ark ) rind.
of the Senate Judiciary Commit- Along with yesterday's peak ner nertee
tee nertee said today he will press
for Senate action this session on a
formance, arrivals again climbed
n near-record levels. :At least 40
states rights bill similar to one
passed by the House Wednesday. shins are expected tn be tallied
within today's arrival limits.
But wifh scheduling of 39 trans transsEled
sEled transsEled away from making
its including four daylight
any predictions on its fate. But he
said if the legislation is shunted clear-cuts today no more than
aside in the summer adjournment four customers are expected
rush it would still lay over for holdovers. If the schedule is met,
a vote in the second .session Of it will be the second consecutive
the 86th Congress. day of peak performance.
Canal capacity is determined by
Last year the Senate pigeon- how many times the three-stage
holed a states rights bill by a Gatun locks can be opened and
one-vote margin. closed in a 24-hour period.

holed a states rights bill by a Gatun locks can be opened and
one-vote margi,n. closed in a 24-hour period.
Thus the maximum number of
McClellan is the author of a 1 ships which can transit. depends
measure which is almost the same simply on how many ships can.he
as the new House bill. Both are fitted in:the locks for each opening
designed to keep Feleral Laws
4nd closing.
from overriding state laws in the
same field. Suner-carriers not only require
the locks to themselves, they also
The legislation stemmed from take more than twice the time giv
several supreme court decisions en to any other ship or combina combinaholding
holding combinaholding that federal legislation ex- tion of shins.
eluded state laws in certain fields. Gatun Jocks have been operating

Traders Strive To Save Folks' Dough

That's what the NADA folks
seemed to be saying too, and
the vice president of General
Motors. They said all this
"cross-selling" since the Korean
war has led to "chaotic" condi conditions
tions conditions in the new.car business.
They said one result is that
many dealers nOW are hard hardpressed
pressed hardpressed to support the fine serv service
ice service and repair facilities which
new car buyers expect. Thomas
F. Abbott Jr., speaking for the
NADA, put it this way:
"It is beyond debate that
whatever makes the automobile
available to the using public
and keeps it in efficient and
safe operation is in the public
interest. Such is the case with
protected territory."
Subcommittee Chairman A. S.
Mike Monroney (D-Okla.) seem seemed
ed seemed convinced. In fact, he al

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Down To Three

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Gov. William E. Potter's prediction the Panamii Ca Canal
nal Canal traffic jam is broken was only a step from reality to today
day today as Balboa Heights announced that yesterday's trans transits
its transits as a result of round-the-clock operation equalled the
waterway's peak performance.
Only three ships were held over last night 'to or
transit. For the full 24 hour operational period 38 ocean.
going vessels pssed thiough the big ditch.,',
Rated capaiity of the present Canal 'is 41 ocian ociangoing
going ociangoing ships, but this figure does not include super-carriers
which require clear-Cut, or daylight clear-Cut pas passage
sage passage through Gaillard.
Yesterday's transit figure includes five such passages
(three of them during daylight) all of which required single
lockage at the Gatun Locks. If no clear-Cuts had made
the trip, exactly 41 ocean-going vessels would have trans transited
ited transited the Panamci Canal yesterday.

In discussingithe recoyd shatter shattering
ing shattering figures,'issiStatif marine direc director
tor director Waller J. Dryja pOinted out this
is not Cie first time the Canal has
reached rated capacity.
But it was the first time 'such ca capacity
pacity capacity has been achieved since the
unprecedented pile-up began on
June 13. Singe that tirne as many
haVi beetillielayedlor
periods ranging upwards e to 52
hoors, eosting,Millions to ahiPown ahiPownera.
era. ahiPownera. A' United Prets International
dispatch from New York today
said the American Merchant Ma Marine
rine Marine Institute has urgently re requested
quested requested the Secretary of the Ar Army
my Army to take all possible 'steps to
break the Canal traffic jam,
which is costing heavy financial
losses to American shipping.
The Institute's telegram was ad addressed
dressed addressed to Undersecretary Wilbur
M. Brucker, who is chairman' of
the board of the Panam-a Canal Co.
At a meeting yesterday with rep representatives
resentatives representatives of more than 50 shin shinning
ning shinning lines, Potter outlined the com combination
bination combination of special factors resulting
in the two-weeks congestion.
Chief among them were record
daily arrivals about 36 ships per
day and more than double the
average amount of super-carriers.
For every super-carrier put
through the Canal, rated capacity
drops by 15-2 regular cargo ves vessels,
sels, vessels, Peak arrival of giants during the
iam was seven in one 24-hour pe period.
riod. period. Along wit,h yesterday's peak ner nerformance,
formance, nerformance, arrivals again climbed
tn near-record levels. :At least 40
shins are expected tn be tallied
within today's arrival
But wifh scheduling of 39 trans transits
its transits including four daylight
clear-cuts today no more than
ready had in a bill. though it,
would provide kin extra commis-I
sion on sales in the dealer's own
area rather than a penalty for
those somewhere else.
Monroney said he didn't
think much of the penalty
plan. But he was pretty sure
his own plan would mean that
we customers could buy our
cars cheaper and get better
service besides.
Monroney's plaa or NADA
plan, said Chairman Earl W.
Kintner of the Frderal Trade
Commission, it all comes out
the same way.
"The common purpose of
these bills is to enable dealers
to Increase the returns obtain obtained
ed obtained on their sales to consumers,"
Kintner said. 'The effect of en enacting
acting enacting any of these bills would

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both lanes round-the-clock sacs
Monday, but yesterday was the
first full day of 24-hour operation
on the Pacific side, where ehipS
can be handled faster than at Csa Csatun.
tun. Csatun. While the Canal was straining to
fulfill "Potter's prophecy" by the
weekendthe Governor max eloart,?r1
NI:neatly three hours today with
legal 'eounsel and spokesmen for
the Canal pilott,'
William S. Tyson, counsel for
Local 30 (canal pilots) of that In.
ternational Association of Masters,
Mates & Pilots arrived here yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The subject of today's talks ham
not been disclosed, although some
sources believed it related to both
the critical pilot shortage and con conditions
ditions conditions under which super-carriers
are transited.
Pilots have also expressed dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction with pressures of 'long
transits, heavier work schedules
and recent cancellation of regular
relief days.
Ano !her Discoverer
Fails To Orbit
Fly-ball Sale lille
VANDENBERG, AIR FORCIC
BASE, Calif., June 26---(UPI)Air
Force scientists may disclose today
why Discoverer IV failed to place
in orbit a srteflite which its launch launchers
ers launchers hoped to recover from spate
for the first time.
Scientists presumed that after no
radio signals had been picked up
by tracking stations, Discoverer IV
burned up as it hit the dense atmo atmosphere.
sphere. atmosphere. A similar fate occurred 4
June 3 to Discoverer III, which
carried mice in its capsure.
At Cape Canaveral last night the
Air Force sent an intermediate
range Thor ballistic missile oitte
blazing flight toward a target area
1506 miles away in the Atlantic
Unlike the Discoverer launcheds,at
Vandenberg. which failed in itvob itvobjective
jective itvobjective of orbiting the earth, lhe 4
Canaveral Thor was a single-stage
vehicle which was supposed to kill
its nose cone 1500 miles across'. tit
Atlantic.
The target was a circular are
of ocean near Antigua in the West
Indies. The Air Force did not dis disclose
close disclose results of the test.
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be to legalize the eliminatiott Or
competition in sales...". !,t1
In other words, he said, pin.
tected franchises would help ,,
auto dealers all right, but at
the expense of the public. 1
It's too early yet to say whit.
of our advocates will preall.
But whatever happens, Sen. An.
drew F. Schoeppel (R-Kan.i Stild
he has one additional problent
It's the man An the white
coat. who receiees his Buick
Roadmaster when he takes it
in for repairs. Why, Scheeppel
asked, can't he ell his car's
It's too early yet to say whit
of our advocates will prevail.
But whatever happens, Sen. An.
drew F. Schoeppel (R-Kan.) saki
he has one additional problent
It's the man .in the white
coat. who receives his Buick
Roadmaster when he takes it
in for repairs. Why, Schoeppel
asked, can't he ell his caw
troubles directly to the man,
in overalls who it going to fix
it?
That, the auto men Beide le
a good question, If they had 1111
answer, I didn't, hear It.
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RACE TRACK INCIDE're INCIDE'reSir:
Sir: INCIDE'reSir: Un Sunday afternoon, June 21, I experienced one of the
most embarrassing and astonishing moments of a demonstration
.1174c'ln --"lack of breeding." This performance took place at the Hipo Hipo,.
,. Hipo,. : cromo Remon immediately following the running of the day's
vnth race.
During the course of this race an incident took place on the
last turn for home, whereby Constantino was taken extremelV
wide by Pan Tostado. It was evident that a protest would have
teen lodged agaInst this foul and although Siete v Media won
E this race cleanly, his victory was at stake because the foul 'clairn
it was against his entrymate. Jockey Club rules the world-over
affect all horses running as an entry in the event either horse
Is charge; with a foul during the.course of a race. Obviously
; the winner was disqualified according to regulatiOns, which in
this instance was new to some race fans because of its uncom uncomr.
r. uncomr. mon recurrence.
However. the disqualification was not the impprtant factor
; ip my experience. It was the attitude and behavior of one of
' Panama's Deputies. This deputy, after the running of the tenth
race threw a soda bottle at jockey Braun Baeza, missing the
e young lad by only inches. By this the "Reclamo" was shown or.
tte board. This Deputy then started to yell at the judges from
'4, the area in front of the grand stand, demanding that they take
down Siete y Medio's number. He looked disgraceful, like one of
; those had boys from the slum areas, or more so, a dote addict
t or "rc ,.eante." I guess this was not enough so he lumped ovel
e the fence, kicked jockey Oscar Bravowho rode Pan Tostado
; tre Bravo's shirt off and started to punch away at him.' He war
; taken away, but not arrested, because he is a Deputy and IM IM:
: IM: rune to attests. Maybe his intention was to show' or prove t0
Frsident de la Guardia, owner of Constantino, that he is Ei
''' faithful frolowen
Th94 the type of Panamanian that the public gets in
41I there. F ft, ins in the government should be filled by men who
W are qual. d for them. Candidates shoeld, meet n set 'standard
t prior to nomination. I fail to see this individual obtaining a
eixth grade education.
It was a shameful disgrace to see the brother of Heraclio
Barletta, second vice-president of the Republic, aet.,the part sf
0, mongrel. I read the newspapers On Monclid, bliC the writers
or have been protecting their jobs and the name of Manuel "Pitt"
" Bustamante.
A Race Fan.

CURUNDU HOUSING LIST
Sir:
In reference to the letters about Curundu housing let me
add a few more thim-
First what gives with these authorized exceptions? The
man for whom this policy was established-has lorig since been
fire-, for incompetencv and no lcuiger 'oft the Isthmus.
Last, but certainly not least, is the fact that one of our
authori7-' exceptions that our housing list is now sporting isn't
euven s rnment employe. He doesn't elien pay income tax,
A 1. know or should know, nig government employes
knd the military employed here in the Zone pays income tax.
ask you, what has happened to justice?
-44,efies
Sir:
After reading two letters on Curundu hoUsing from civi civilians,
lians, civilians, I couldn't help writing to sav that they aren't the Orthr
ones to feel that there is no democracy in housing departments.
we are a military family who are being discriminated a aJ.:",nst
J.:",nst aJ.:",nst because of rank. We are a large fallItly assigned to one
-'om quarters.
-7e were' promised three bedrooMP befort,Wo4' Ant Ammo,
but low they say we should have known better than to expect
Viat
Military rule is despicable whether it's U.S. or Russian.
Housewife.

CONTRABAND AND CEDULAS
Sir:
Soon Colon Will ioe connected 'with the Republic of Panama
by a corridor under Panamanian jurisdiction.
believe that the Panamanian governmfnt should., then take
steps to regulate commercial vehicles travelling to lithd from
Colon. With a checkpoint in this corridor the government could
stem the financial heavy losses it is suffering through the acti actiQies
Qies actiQies of Canal Zone contrabandist&
The quantity of contraband presently entering Colon from
Canal Zone is just pitiful. Commissary sales girls:do not
ck customers' privilege cards because they have no.time in
rush of customers. Furthermore it is said that some indivk
Luals have an interest in increasing sales by any mean& in or order
der order to justify their Panama Canal Jobs.
I have doubts as to tht efficacy of commissary inspectors
as a means of curbing contraband. I believe the money spent on
their wages could be applied more effectively to anti-contrabanii
work in other directions.
it, wa,s once suggested that a way to prevent contraband
would be to have all US citizens now resident in Panama move
ower into the Canal Zone. Then any articles found in Panama
and known to hive originated in the Zone could be considered
contraband. If the US residents of the Zone wanted to go to the
Ulterior for a picnic, for instance, t,hey would have to pay the
regular taxes on such food and other articles they took with
them into the Republic of Panama.
Now I would like to say a word about cedulas. I believe the
government should be mere careful about giving cedulaa to for foreigners
eigners foreigners resident in the Canal Zone. These individuals pay taxes
neither to Panama nor to the United States.
Take, for example, a British subject working on the Zone.
He does not pay taxes to his own country. its he clairN. he is a
resident of Panama. But he does not pay taxes to Panama either,
for he is living in the Canal Zone.
Furthermore, if he loses his Canal Zone. job be can take a
Job in Panama, because he has a resident's visa.
Panamericanism.

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BRIM FULL.Smiling Betty Howard plays the glad hatter in
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By VICTOR RIESEL D 0 V ..ri-T'''
Fashions on this beat will be
commg out of Los Angeles this
1'0'1
year. Labor men there 'el eve
, tih
iound something new under tne ...--7.7...-.
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talitorma SIM Elsewhere if you
get SICK, get a neaoachL, get ----e---- 1 ,,,,t
, a toothache or even get a oaoy, V 4.9
the union provioes free medical r
care. Now if you get arrested, an
1 italuental L.A. umon council will e, i-
provide free legal care. too
nui you needn't De arrested or
in trouble to receive this tree le- 2:
gal aid for which the employer
pays indirecty. If you're one of la,
the 22,000 members ot the Los 11;ooloi
Angeies Joint Council of Hotel
ano Restaurant Employes and .
Bartenders Unions, you can ob obtun
tun obtun tree legal advice in civu mat matters
ters matters too. 'ihe council's special
panel ot lawyers will Delp a mem memDer
Der memDer adopt a baby, sue in per personal
sonal personal injury cases, fight attach attachment
ment attachment proceedings and go home homesteaoing.
steaoing. homesteaoing. This plan has 'been operating ..
secretly for a year. The Res'au- i ',,
rant-Hotel Employers Council of
,
Southern Calitorma agreed to pay
for this pilot pioneer legal plan 4 --: ., 1, -V"'
if they had the word of their u- ' iier .:-.- '. ,,,,,i'fa...
nion chiefs, headed by John 'Co 'Cooper,
oper, 'Cooper, tbot it would not. be pub pubIziced.
Iziced. pubIziced. .11,t
The management people did not ; ( qw etir 4,,ii
object to paying a nalt a cent an ii Ita, ---p,
hour per worker' into a kitty .,.. I ve ..,-
MI6 'a- 4 --"
which totals $204,000 a year. It
was the lawyers who screamed. t
So everybody agreed to eep it
quiet tor a yera. The pact of ,,-------
,
silence ha,L now expired.
Soon tills demand will be ,
V,
thrown on a thousand bargain bargaining
ing bargaining tables and will be rememuer- a ter
ed long after the steeke crisis.
This is the first real change in -.
. .
bargaining demands a t n c e a .,,,
fringe became more than a Lassie .,
with a surrey unaerneath. LiberaCe's $22,400 libel victory
The union's first problem was,over Me London Mirror was
to get lawyers for Its tree legal forecast by eminent libel lawyers
plan. Talent was avwliab.e at the bere- What aurPriseS ManY of
$25 an flour lee whico the laoor Us is ikai the- tonnon,:editors per permen
men permen were offering for consulta nlitted their star bore to -be that
dons. But the bar associations 'c a r e I e s s. .Considering how
didn't exactly hail the innovation. tough, the British libel statutes
The legal societielf pomted to ere simposed -to be. .,,,..Se rigid
canons of ethics whicn threaten and ,, intigk ', tOr:'.'example; Fleet
disbarment if lawyers get mixea Street neivs ppple in the 1930s
up with cervain acdvities such as were quoted: Winchell could not
soliciting legal. services. But the be published in England". .But
canons Liao a loophole and we were. .In Beaverbrook's Lon Lonthe
the Lonthe union execuuve ooard drove don Express and in the late Lord
its setup right througn. Rthermere's Paris. edition of his
't'ne canons cm not Dail legal work London Daily Malr until Hitler
done in ,the name of charity. The forced British newspapers down
union promptly set uti its pin to four skimpy pages. .We think
as the tmergency Relief Fun. A- Liberace had the lawsuit in his
bout 11000.1SAI was Ahrnwn intil irhip pocket when the defense

didn't exactly hail toe innovation. tougn me eiritisn noei statuLem
The legal societielf pomted to are supposed to be. ., .So rigid
canons ot ethics walcn threaten and ,rougk'for:'"example Fleet
disbarment if lawyers get mixea Street news people in the 1930s
up with cerain activities such as were quoted: Winchell could not
soliciting legal. services. But the be published in England". .But
canons Liao a loophole and we were. .In Beaverbrook's Lon Lonthe
the Lonthe union executive ooard drove don Express and in the late Lord
its setup right througn. Rothermere's Paris edition of his
Tne canons cm not Dail legal work London Daily Malf until Hitler
done in the name of charity. The forced British newspapers down
union promptly set uP its pl,n to four skimpy pages. .We think
as the Lmergency Relief Fun. A- Liberace had the lawsuit in his
bout $1000,0ou wasthrown into irhip pocket when the defense
tor the first year. A panel of law- I counsel ridiculously taunted:
yers was selected. "Wouldn't you say you were too
Members seeking advice on ti sensitive?". -Too sensitivel!i.
vil matters go to the u n t o n, .For being called a homosexual!
si:4ite their woes and are sent on
to one ot the attorneys. The legal' Attorney Roy Cohn will file a
advAce kire lijoiekt tame Inter ingilion $ libel suit against Richg
which ctiltbe Maier nrlifore lattel4tovere and publishers liar liarthan
than liarthan two nice mterviews. 1 courtHrace over Rovere's rehash
. .

Advice tne memoers can't get,
however, is now to sue another u
nion memoer, or an employer, or
die unionist's wife sne s a
member ot tile same union.
If a member is iirraseti, the u union't
nion't union't bonuing company getiltim
out quIckly. Zech memoer
ries a bal, bona caru. The card
acts as identification with the
ponce ho like th idea and
have cooperated with the union
council.
'lee union's lawyers, will help an
arrested member, for Ire e,
through,the arraignment, plea or
preliminaty hearinc on a miade
meanor'or a p.ea on a hinny.
After that the attorney reports
bac to the trust tund officials.

ctrputui. Buddy Hackett, the comic, as-1
ine union's lawyers, will help an tonishes friends and audiences
arrested member, for 1 r e e, with his new figure. -Hackett,
InroughJii,S arraignment, plea or a fatty all his life, dieted off 42
preliminarY hearitic on a infada poUnds and 612 inches around
meanovot a p.ea on a fe104- the beltline. ."And," he excit excitAfter
After excitAfter that tbe attorney reports iedly exclaims, "I eat three big
bac to the trust tund officials. I meals daily!". .These teaits in inThen
Then inThen the trustees necided wnetk 'elude such items as veal parmii
er the member ',..,adould nave glans, fried chicke n, fried
further free legal representation. shrimp and fried critics. . .No
A survey revealed this year that fruit juices. .Tomato juice is
this service was used most 'the beverage that breaks his
frequently by the barten d e r s, fast. .No sugar and no hooch
1
cooks and the wa4tresses in that .Gluten breadone sliceis en
order. the menu presctibed by a diet
Excluded lot this free "crinii-' specialist, who 'found Budd) so
nal aid" ire those who have pre- amusing on television, he refus
vious convictions or have been ed to accept 'a fee. .Readers in.
previously arrested for the same terested in mr. Hackett's diet
offense. This exclusion was a com- are invited to write him care of
promise the union had to make the Wincbell office at the N. Y.
to overcome opposition to help- Mirror.
ing those arrested for prostitu-
tion, treason, indecent exposure What does Elizabeth Taylor
and drunkeness. eat? The other matinee she flew
Al those earning less than $4,- from London to Paris for "some
200 a year some two-thirds of good food". Apparently she is
the members are automatically, not concerned about her o v e r
included In the plan. The titers weight because the first feast in
need the permission of the fund's Paris at a Left Rank restaurant
trustees three employers. Pa- was as follows: Assorted hors d'-
nel lawyers are not permitted to oeuvre, a generous portion of
represent privately those they goose liver, a specially prepar preparadvise.
advise. preparadvise. ed ottew (drowned in thick gra graApparently
Apparently graApparently the flaming toich vy), assorted cheeses, a bagket
now passes from the medical ss- of strawberries, washed down
sociations to the bar associations.ovitth a white wine, then a red
wine and a prune liqueur.
.
Time mag has a libel action--
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flung all the way across the At AtI,
I, AtI, FACT Inapantheew Ivo! Jzerellid,,Tredven;i,02,7.
, big Britisb publisher. Mr. Ste
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wig Ludwig van Beethoven, his Ninth
Symphony and Mau in D,
were written during his years
of total deafness. Beethoven
became deaf at the age of 31
and lived his last 26 years
without hearing. He retained
his inner sense of hearing, but
he could no longer conduct his
orchestra and his playing suf suffered
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court.Brace over Rovere'a rehash
of statements against Sen. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph McCarthy. .Mrs. McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy is unable to sue because the
libel laws are not avaiiable for
a dead man. .Cohn's laywer
will be O. John Rogge, who was
on the other side during the Mc,
Carthy days when he represent represented
ed represented witnesses subpoena'd by the
Investigation Comm. headed by
the Senator.
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INDTPINDENT DAILY ,NEWSPAPIEN

The 1960 Race

cpcmce
about them: Neither worries untictionary even Sinatra's 'gas
duly about the small but vocifcr- ser' appears this way: 'When it
ous critical fringe, but botn can comes to dancing, she's a gas gasbe
be gasbe seriously angry at too Auch ser'. 1 remember 1 well be bejournalistic
journalistic bejournalistic keyhole peeping,, at cause I was your contributor. Mal
the royal children. 'We're hot Braveman."
movie stars,' Philip insists, 'we ---
are not in this for just a few Andy Williams, song Mar at
Years. We've got it for life.' the Sopa, practically winds up

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You have prob'ly been readitig
about pay TV for years won wondering
dering wondering when (if ever) it ,would ar arrive.
rive. arrive. As we recently tipped,
Telemeter started operations ut
a paid TV system June 17 in To Toronto,
ronto, Toronto, Canada. .The openitor
of the system is Famous Players
of Canada, one of the biggest ex exhibitors
hibitors exhibitors of films there. .Guard
WI Electric of Ohicago manuicie manuicietures
tures manuicietures the Telemeter box, a wire
system. .The test programs are
motion pictures with sports sec second.
ond. second. .11 a viewer inserts his
50e to see a baseball game or a
ny outdoor eventand it is rAin rAin2014
2014 rAin2014 Vilibe ricstect (114Pe
4 tbd Menthe. .Entitting
him to a refund.
George Reeves, who took his
life in Hollywood, matte over 150
"Superman" films for the net networks.
works. networks. The residuals that were
expected to keep him ift style
were surprisingly small. Gyp Gypsy,"
sy," Gypsy," starring Ethel Merman. is
the only show to escape the sin sinsonal
sonal sinsonal slump. ,.The musicals
that led the field now advertise
"a few seats available". Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy McHugh's next song hit
should be '38-24-36." It will be
heard in a movie. .Over, a' cloz clozen
en clozen million persons witilessed
Broadway attractions thisseaon,
according. to Variety. .A. malor
TV show with that puny an au audience
dience audience would be dropped. .The
value of schmaltz? Well, Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Welk will earn over $3.000,
000 this year. .Kim Nova k,
whose Hollywood mansion includes
a large pool, still hasnt learned
hos to swim. .When Art Link
letter was doing the commercial
for a camera on the "Disney "Disney!and"
!and" "Disney!and" show he was right at nome
in that camera shop. .He ywns
it.
"Dear WW: I wondered when
you were getting around to the
fact that today's Beatnik lingo is
oldhat to column readers. Most
of the jive talk started in Har Harlem
lem Harlem in the early 40s as you said.
Men it shifted to 52nd Street.
Swing Alley. What you appear to
have forgotten is that nearly all
of it was made public in your
column in the 403 tinder the ti tiAle:
Ale: tiAle: 'Etchings of a HOp Kerrkk Kerrkkter.'
ter.' Kerrkkter.' I recall one of the lines, to
wit: 'A hipster is a hepster who's
hepper than a hepster.' In Cab's
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Andy Williams, song star at
the Cope, pracfically winds up
with no wages,. fie knows the Co Copa
pa Copa is an important show-case.
He brougtht in ten musicians to
augment the Copa's 1. Andy's
song styling catapulted him high
in how was taing falls in Kay
go he was taking falls in Kay
Thompson's act for "peanuts."
All of which is nOW paying off
just fine...Nancy Sinatra's warm
quote about her ex-h usb an d,
whom she has never really cut cutsidered
sidered cutsidered "ex": "He is good to me
and the children". ."Itedhead'
has a weekly profit of 910,000
thanks to star Gwen Verdon's
shelectricityo .It must be tough
filling a movie fan mag once a
9;017tkAnilloreathlessly reports
eetgee-0Catol-slynley "has Aever
been psychoanalyzed." Imagine!.
Abe ads for 'Woman Obsess Obsessed,"
ed," Obsessed," the cinema, are right out of
East Lynne. To wit: "She hated
the Child 'whose life stirred with within
in within her because it was part of
him whom she loathed and de despitted."
spitted." despitted." Hollywood'i space-burglars are
picking each other's pockets, a again.
gain. again. The other day Jayne Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield got into the gazettes by de declaring:
claring: declaring: "American men are bet better
ter better husbande' than lovers".
Zsa-Zsa said that a week earlier,
dearie. .0ne of George Bernard
Shaw'a bioga reveals that he was
seduced when he was 29. .in a
book it's literature. In a collm
it's gossip. Ile post office bans
"Lady Chatterley's Lover" on
the grounds that it is too sinful.
Pageant.'m'ag is one of the many
who lure circulation by playing
up essays dealing with: "How
Married Peontle Can Hold Their
Mates', .The text of which in includes
cludes includes auch tips on the Art of
Love-Making as (deleted by the
editor, deleted by the editor).
DAILY
MLDITATION
(Prosentod by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in limb MIL.
sionary Dioceao of tit Petunia
Canal Zeno)
Co Imlons 3:1
EARTH-BOUND?
"if ys, fhon he risen with
Christ, ask these things which
arg ahem where Christ sitteth
on the right hand of God."
Have vou ever seen a falling
star? Tbe author of our. oracle
is using that old story to de
scribe the fate of Babylon. Re
has taken an ancient CanaanitP
Myth which goes back into the
very childhood of the race.
We have a more polished and
philosophical, treatment in Milton's
'Persdise Lost." Lucifer, tht thtmorning
morning thtmorning star, lost heaven be because
cause because of his ambitious pride. Th0
very fact that-this theme is uni universal
versal universal 'indicates hat we have
here a basic quirk of human na
ture. Pon and nations storm loa loavett
vett loavett and in 41 orocess destroy.
themselves. tabvion perished he hems
ms hems of its twide,
, What onr, attitude ass we
approadt- Met Our oracle teach teaches
es teaches ua that rbated tudividualisn
not,,viiirierPe who would Pl
bolo; his way! hrotuth We will
stnno site he Aconfrontoel with
nomer more ruthless than him
self. ,;
'Net toll Peed not remalP
egrth-bound, Bv the power of
"horiet h. ,niqy !Ito nn th
ilitqber levels ,with God. This is
et th Resurrection.
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VASHINOTONnIuglr O'Brian, itarndilhat'lhe- reinisue in the
who start as-Viyhtt,;Zatplillis south was not Catholicism,- but a
Tv dramatic series that has-made thin' party. He reported that Gov.
Wichita, Bans.3- cear Orval Istibus -of Arkansas had a
the rear of Congressmen HMI- dressed the Aabama -.Legislature
field's inveetlgation-ot radioactive recently and bad all the earmarks
fatiout. He sat through the entire of wanting to run for -president.
hearing as interested as one of t also yointed ot4 there would
spectators of his own TV drama. be-1 twe'-prong drive In the South
Finally, John Donnelly, assistant a-4r Faubus the other by
to Congressman Holifieldovent up- SelL4-11erman Tahnadge of rleor rleorto
to rleorto him. glai3ol-,erganize. for L3rndtio
"What are you doing berer Johnsen of Texas. Therefore, Ken Kenasked
asked Kenasked the curious Donnelly. nedy should-not wait too long.
"I've just- spent a week in Afri- young Massachusetts Sen Senca
ca Senca with Dr. Schweitzer," replied ator didn't comment -on this need
the Hollywood-actor, "And he is for speed.-But-he did dscuss with
so worried about the :effect of ra- Patterson his strategy elsewhere,
dioactive fallout::4n civilization especially Ohio.
t. t I decide&:lo attend these 'I think I cbuld to into Ohio
heartings." s and beat Mike DiSalle,",he said,
He added' that he intended to referring to the Democratic Gov Govcontinue
continue Govcontinue watching .the hearings ernor of Ohio who it expected to
for a week and then do a TV show be Ohio's favorite-son-candidate.
on the dangers of atomic war Ho- "DiSalla isn't, as popular as he
lifield's hearings are showing that was when first elected. In fact,
any nation:, which starts atomic he's always bad a hard time run runwar
war runwar could 'be wiged ,out by its fling. I think I Might jilst go into
own fallout. Ohio and tangle wilt' biro. There

BROKEN PROMISE
Only the insiders realize,it, but
President Eisenhnwer could hove
saved. himself a lot of headaches
over Admiral Strauss if he had
carried out his promise to Under Undersecretary
secretary Undersecretary of Commerce Walter
Williams.
Williams had served for five
years under Secretary of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Sinclair Weeks with the,ex
plicit understanding that he would
replace Weeks when Weeks went
back to Boston. Williams had been
the chief organizer of th e Citizens-for
- Eisenhower clubs and
served as their national chairman
in the 1952 campaign. It was the
who helped raise the $2,000,000 to
blanket the TV networks with
those famous spot appearances of
Eisenhower during the last two
weekti of the campaign.
After Ike won, Williams was
made Undersecretiry of Com Commerce
merce Commerce with the tmderstanding that
he would be promoted to the Cali Calinet
net Calinet later. Whams is a proves provessive
sive provessive businessman from Seattle,-
was an tarlyorgastizerof.... the
Committee for Economic Develop'
meat, believes small business m
be supported to rttain the prin principle
ciple principle of tree competition.
Though not happy with Weeks'
big business polities, he remaind remainded
ed remainded in the Commerce Department,
waiting for him to resign. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, Weeks did so. Whereupon Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower reversed himseH.
Secretary of the Treasury 'George
Humphrey perstsaded him to ap-point
his friend, Admiral Strauss,
partner in one of the biggest Wail
Street investment firms, to suc succeed
ceed succeed Weeks. 1
Tired of waiting, and fed up
with big business rticies,
resl'itiki.
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ALABAMA FOB KENNEDY
It was just 30 years ago that
Sen. "Tom-Tom" Heflin of Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama was taking the floor of the U.
Senate almost daily to wan the'
nation of the "dangerous menage
of the Pope 'in..Rome." It was al also
so also just 30 years ago that part of
the Solid South went for a Repub Republican,
lican, Republican, Herbert Hoover against the
Demoeratic candidate, Al Smith,
because Smith was a Catholic.'
And it was only about a year also
that John Patterson was elected
Governor of Alabama with the en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic support of Robert Khel Khelton,
ton, Khelton, Grand Dragorrof the Ku Klux'
Klan.
However, last week the sanie
Governor Patterson sat in the of office
fice office of Sen.,John Kennedy of.,,Masv.
sachusetta;ASAItholig.--,73nCtiledgr,
ed hi" support to deliver Alit,a Alit,ama's
ma's Alit,ama's delegates to Kennedy in 196
Furthermore he offered to help
Kennedy get delegate, in other
southern states.
Kennedy was pleased. But he
discreetly cautioned the Governor
of Alabama that if he won too ma many
ny many southern delegates too early if
might hurt him in the north. He
intimated that the South should
hold back.
Governor Patterson, however,

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Join the Lottery get together every Sunday"moming
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FRANK MoGAHHEY,
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FRIDAY, JIYNE 211, 11511

ANIIIIME.1191
II141-71-0;-ergaisize- Lyndon
Joh aeon of Texas. Therefore, Ern Ernnedy
nedy Ernnedy should-not wait too long.
young Massachusetts Sen Senator,didn't.
ator,didn't. Senator,didn't. comment -on this need
for speed:ilia-be did dscuss with
Patterson his strategy elsewhere,
especially Ohio.
"I think I cbold to into Ohio
and beat Mike DiSalle,",he
referring to the Democratic Gov Governor
ernor Governor of Ohio who it expected to
be Ohio's favorite-son---tandidate.
"Di Salle isn't, as popular as he
was when first elected. In fact,
he's always bad a hard time run running.
ning. running. I think I' Might jiist go into
Ohio and tangle with'hixn. There
art 65 delegates in 'Ohio; the 4th
largest in the Democratic party."
If Kennedy does enter Ohio. it
wil mean & race between two Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Dentocrits whirlis quite
a change for a 'tete which in the
early -I920's was dozninated poli politically
tically politically by: thet Ku KUM 'Klan.
Note -- Kennedy probably won't
find it possible to capture all of
,Alabama's delegates, even with
Ithe potent backing of Governor
1Patterson, There is strong Lyndon
Johnson sentiment in Alabama.
NIGARDLY GENERAL
ELECTRIC
Ralph J. Cordiner, chariman of
General Electric and second high highest
est highest salaried businessman in the
nation, got a letter the other day
from James B. Carey, president
the International Union of Elee Eleetrical
trical Eleetrical Workers, offering help:.
"Somehow that's a disturbing
figure $399,999.50!" wrote Carey,
referring to Cordiner's salary. "It
reflects a degree' of cheapness and
pettiness and even penny-pinching
on the part of your employer; I
mean the company's failure to
add 50 centslust four bits-- to
your income to round it off to an
even 5400,000.
"For our part' we thiniz you de deserve
serve deserve that additional four bits,
the half buck more. Wcitdd you
like to have someone negotiate
this increase for you? We'll be
glad to put our union's bargaining
facilities at your disposal. (Sign (Signed)
ed) (Signed) James B. Esrey.
TAKES THE CAKEFour-I
year-old Mark Ruthe tries out
dad's underwear while sitting
on a 300-0ound eake of lee int
the heat of Miami Reach, Fla.)
Army Maj. R. G. Ruthe hadi
just returned from assignment
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mother. loije is stronger than Mother Natini Takimit, Wash.
She's taken an injured baby robin pnderlis.wipg wa3' of
baOkgrOttnd.,the-rat had been framed by owner Mrs. Norma
Alexander t.bijriondly with the family parakeet.

6ranny.Grabbed
For Holding &Hy's.
Head-Under Water

1010111TALO, N. Y. (UPI) A 52-1
oar old grandmother just re-1
turned from a marathon honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon trip with' her third husbanqll
was arrested for the 1956 batlitull
drowning of her heavily insured
second husband.
Dist. Atty. Carman F. Bali
charged Mrs. Belem Babb ,Bart-1
lett with first degreemurder after
she signed a statement admitting
she had drowned husband No. 2
Alfred, J..Babin, A3, while he
bathed,. drows.Y. from ,alcohol.,
Ball. zaid Mrs. Barlett.rollected
from $3.C.000 to $60,000 from
Babin's death. She met Babin in
1951 while he was a patient at a
veterans hospital. They were mar married
ried married in 1953.
Police were put on. Mrs.
Bartlett's trial When insurance
companies reported the woman
had obtained, or applied for, a
series of accident insurance
policies on husband No. 3, Wright
Bartlett, 69, amounting to more
than' $100,000.
Authorities put a watch on the
Bartlett home and arrested the
woman Wednesday afternoon when
they returned from a 10,000-mile
trip through Florida, Texas and
other southern states.
The t Bartlett& were. wed. March
11 after year-keg cottrtaitip.
Bartlett, viho is on government
pension, was found prostrate on a
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arrived711 appearedtired and
rundown.
Mrs. Bartlett aaid in her state statement
ment statement that she drowned Babin by
holding his head under water. An
autopsy at the time showed Babin
had consumed considerable alco alcohol.
hol. alcohol. An accidental death certificate
was issued.1,:,

PANICECKED PIZZERIA
REDONDO BEACH, Calif. (UPI)
Mazie, who is six feet long, am ambled
bled ambled into a local pizzeria and
gave the 'customers quite a start.
Police took Maxie, an alligator
, back to nearb3 atinariu.n't ant
suggeite4tthegt;, tttn' loP
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, WASAINGTON (UPI) The
Justice Department, I' ede al
Trade Commission and U.S.
Chamber of Commerce today
opposed bills to require manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers to charge retailers more
for their wares than. wholesalers.
FTC Chairman Earl W. Kintner
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mittee Subcommittee the bills might boost con consumer
sumer consumer prices and hurt the very
retailers they are designed to
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Robert A. Biks,' acting chief of
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Trust AntiTrust Division, said the bills
would promote violations of antiprice-
fixing laws.
In a ststement filed with the
subcommittee, the Chamber of
Commerce attacked the bills as
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every thatevery congressman-employing a
relative in his office should be re required
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whether te'would lie'wise to pass
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fa mines.

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doing the 'Work or arenot able
to do the work As wrong," she
said.

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one's family whotis able to do the
work and is of special service be because
cause because of being a member of the
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MOSCOW (UPI)Formor New
York Gov. Averell Harriman to today
day today chided Russian ke w a amen
men amen for "expressing doubt about
the sinceritY" of the American
cultural exhibition before it
opened in Moscow.
Harriman spoke with newsmen
on the eve of his return to the
United Statis from a six week
tour of the Soviet Union. He -referred
to reports published here
that a $14,000 "typical American
home" to be displayed in the U.
S. exhibition was not available to
the average American.
"Nothing would be more stupid
--and we Americans are not al always
ways always stupid than to show a
an ordinary worker," Harriman
an ordinary orker, Harriman
said.

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'N. 4 4 e v e r y congressman-employing a MOSCOW (UPIlFormer New
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BRIDE-ELECT AA ELENA moTTA HONORED
AT UNION CLUB TEA THURSDAY AFTERNOON
A social event of Thursday afternoon was a charming tea
honoring Miss Ana Elena Motta, bride-elect of Alberto Boyd Jr.
of Panami City.
The event, held in the Union Club, was attended by numerous
friends of the bride-to-be.

Formo: isthmian, Children
'totem For Visit
Mts. A. J. Estes Jr., the form former
er former S;IIIe Ackerman, and her two
chikire Deborah and Rhonda,
are visiting for a month with
her mother Airs Katheryn Acker Ackerman,
man, Ackerman, of Ancor" Mrs. Estes makes
; her home in Terrell, Texas.

NO, IT'S NOT TOO LATE
For ambitious students
to enroll in

Dorothy Chase's

Summer Courses at the
Knigbts of Columbus Hall.
Classes for all ages from pre preschool
school preschool tots on up---Beginners
Intermediates Advanced
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Flower Arranging Shovm
To Nowcomars Members
Demonstrations in !lower ar arranging
ranging arranging were presented by Mrs.
Grace Williams at the June meet
ing of the Newcomers Club Thurs Thursday
day Thursday In Coco Solo.
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Walt Reinheimer and Mrs.
Walt Reinheimer and Mrs. Wilbur
Vantine.

Gamboa Girl Enters
Florida Businiss School
Miss Audrey Diane Hearne,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Hearne of Gamboa. has entered
Massey Business College at Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Fla. A recent student at
the Canal Zone Junior College,
she is now taking a secretarial
course.

Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Newport
of Clinton. Tenn. announce the
birth of their first child a son,
on June 19 at the Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Hospital. He has been named
Jack Maurice Jr.
Mrs. Newport is the former Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Anne Leach, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Leach of Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Mr. and Mrs. Leach,
their younger daughter Maritin,
and the baby's great grandmother
Mrs. Alvina Leach of Margarita,
are presently visiting in clinton.
They plan to return to the Zone
by plane July 22.
Mr. Newport, a member of the
teaching staff at Clinton High'
School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Newport of Lake City,
Tenn.
7
Legion Auxiliary
Announces Results
Of Officers' Election
Ruth Daniels was named presi president
dent president of the American Legion Au Auxiliary,
xiliary, Auxiliary, Department of Panama,
during the 39th annual conven convention
tion convention held at Zone Post One.
Serving with her will he Ida Mc McDade,
Dade, McDade, first xice .prosident; Jane
Scarfing. second vice cresid,nt:
Helen Eder, outlying vice presi president;
dent; president; Lydit, Nadueau, secretary:
Emmeline Thompson. chanlain:
Shirley Nev. treasurer; T.rmise
Griffon, historian; Joan O'Con
nen, sergeant at arms; Bgrtila

-FRESH AS
ALLiOUTDOORS,',

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.ZMEMO

Brown, national executive com committeewoman;
mitteewoman; committeewoman; Eleanor Becker,
alternate.
After the convention, the new
president named as chairmen of
the V ati01111 committees Shirley
Ney, Louise Griffon, Grayce Gra Gravatt,
vatt, Gravatt, Barbara Marohl, Jane Sparl Sparling,
ing, Sparling, Vera Bolek, Frances Gilley,
Dorothy KIVU, Marguerite Norton,
Ida McDade, Grace Williams, Ber Bertha
tha Bertha Brown, Emmeline Thompson,
Muriel Black, Li lia Roimeski, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara whitbeck, joan O'Connell,
and E'oeanor Becker.
The national convention of the
Legion Auxiliary will be held in
late August in Minneapolis, Minn.,
and it is expected that the Pana Panama
ma Panama group will be represented.
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Coffee Got-Together
Sunday At Balboa JWB
The usual Sunday morning cof coffee
fee coffee get-together for servicemen
and their families will be held
from 9 a.m. to noon at the USO USOJWB
JWB USOJWB Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa.

Duplicate Bridge Winners
Carlos Zelenka and Manfred
Engel claimed first places in the
weekly USO-JW13 duplicate bridge
session Tuesday evening. Placing
second were Mrs. Rene Wolff
and P. Hodgson; Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Cole. third: and E. Wolff and
S. Zoldhelyi, fourth.

'CiNTINUED ON FAO FIVE)

(anal Announces
New Annointments
Of lone Ennineers

Several changes in engineering
personnel have been announced
by the Engineering and Cons Construction
truction Construction Buren'.
Charles McG. Brandi has been
appointed oroiect engineer for
the canal on the work of widen widening
ing widening the Paraiso and Cucaracha
reaches of Gaillard Cut.
Mever S. Slotkin, chief of the
specifications branch, has been
named assistant designing engi engineer
neer engineer on the canal widening work.
D.M. Eggleston. assistant chief
of the specifications and esti estimating
mating estimating branch, is acting as chief
of that unit.
Mr. Brand, who has been as assistant
sistant assistant chief .41 FM engi engineering
neering engineering broods iriwtio past four
years, wa assistant project en engineer
gineer engineer for the canal on the con contractors
tractors contractors Hill Project in 1954. He
has been with the canal organi organization
zation organization as an engineer since 1928.
Mr. Slotkin arrived on the isth isthmut
mut isthmut in December 1955 as chief
of the newly 'created 'Specifica 'Specifications
tions 'Specifications and Estimates Branch. He
came to the Canal Zone from the
Huntington District Corpor of
Engineers.

Memorial Service

A special service will be held El
the Panama Wesleyan Methodist
Church in memory of the late
Helen E. Howell on 1 Sunday at
7:15 p.m.
Mrs. Howell, former resident of
La Boca. died on April 11, 1959.
She was a well-known Leader and
deligent worker in the Methodist
churches on the Isthmus.

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NElysiAnti

.,
DREAM YOUR FAT AWAYmrs. Jane Raulson, a Houston,
Tex., nurse, winks happily as scale indicates She's 'lost 1,5
pounds. Mrs. Raulson was among 29 nurses who reportedly
dropped 600 pounds in a mass hypnotic reducing experiment
whir I,paan irt January Nurse Mrs. Carob A.cord watchest

FATHER-SON TEAMS Director Robert Montgomery de deploys
ploys deploys ship models to show scene of action of 1942 Pacific war
to James Cagney, James Jr left, and Bob Montgomery Jr.,
right. Tbe three appear In Montggilery's latest film, "The
Gallant Hours," in which the' elder Cagney portrifyi Adm.
William "Bull" Halsey,

M,ovie Schedule For
Coco Solo Theater
Starting Saturday, June 27th
All Evening Shows 7:00 p.m.
Saturday "BONJOUR TRISTESSE"
Sunday Monday "THE SOUND AND THE FURY"
Sun. Mat. 2:30
"JUVENILE JUNGLE" and
Tuesday "YOUNG AND WILD"
Wednesday "THIS ANGRY AGE"
Thursday "ROSE TATTOO"
Friday "LAST STAGECOACH WEST"
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DON'T MISS SUNDAY NIGHT

SPECIAL MESSAGE
"PROTESTANT REACTION TO POPE JOHN'S
INVITATION TO AN ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE"
PASTOR WILLIAM REM SPEAKING
Many and varied have been the reactions to the Popes appeaI
for church unity. What is the prophetic significance and the
Protestant reaction to the appeal?
SUNDAY NIGHT-7:30P.M.

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Alvin, Roth of Washington and
Tobias Stone of New Yor are one
Of ibe' great partnerships of all
tilde, 'They aro 'also the propo proponents
nents proponents of the Roth-Stone system of
,bdding,'which.41,' beautifully des described
cribed described In-Ifieir new book, "Bridge
Is it Partnership Game."
In common with most experts I
do -not agree with the basic 'prin 'principles
ciples 'principles of.: their ,system but any anything
thing anything they- say- is Worth readitig
and otudying whether. you agree
.with it 'or not.'
Today's hand icbid the same in
Roth-Stone as in standard bridge
a,nd West opens the seven of
spades.
The whole point to the play of
the hand is th,ait South must lead
a heart at trick two. f he is al allowed
lowed allowed to hold that tric he will
go after the, club (Alta and ose
the club finesse to East. East will
play a second spade but declarer
will Ibe able to get nine tricks be before
fore before having to let West get in with
the ace of hearts.
If West taes the first heart
tric his tooth has been pulled.
He can dear the spades but will
never get the eald to make them
and South will make four odd.

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QThe bidding has been:
South West North Basil
1 Pass 2 N.T. Pass
3 Pau 34 Pasa
You, South, hold:
lat1865 iPA5 4K143 4A9
What do you do?.
ABid six nodes. You have
18 points and your partner hal I
Mown fair ePade support and ati
;oast 13 points. You do not try 1
for a grand slam because there,
Just can't be a good play for IL:
TODAY'S guEsnoN
Yewopen tw4 Bawls holdingl
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Your partner responds twoi
spades. What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow
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CAN'T' AFORD FREEDOM
SAVANNAH, Ga. (UPDAlbert
Palmer, 54, a convicted murder murderer
er murderer who escaped from jail six
months ago, gave himself up to
police Monday because of infla inflation.
tion. inflation. Palmer, a Negro, said he
buried t100 in a jar before he
went to jail, but it hadn't lasted
as long as he'd hoped. He gave
himself up twhen it was gone.

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better
with...

Use it oo rice! See how
delicious it It; with sea
food, spaghetti, meat,
eggs, salads every everything.
thing. everything. ,
Add Meal 'Ketchup to
all yOur. meals a n d
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IBoys and Girls

ACROSS
1 --, Dick
and Harry
4 Meg, Jo,
and Am),
11 Church service
12 Girl's name
13 Unusual
14 Operatic solo
15 Pork producer
16 Absurdity
18 Salad
vegetables
20 Undraped
statues
21 Exist
22 Throw
24 Unemp!oyed
28 and there
27 Hot cross Q Q80
80 Q80 Austrian city
32 Printing
mistakes
34 Group of nine
35 Makes amendt
30 Watch
37 Mind
39 Tilt
40 Subterfuge
41 !rootlike part
42 Shouting
45 Carti laze
49 What
Lincoln split
51 Dawn goddess
52 Poker stake
53 Feminine
suffix
54 Decay
55 Cross
56 Plant
57 Sainte Ob.)
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1 Fasten
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WONDROUS WINGBACK.-- Comedian Garry Moore is not
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I confessed slayer of 11 persons,
. went calmly to his death in Nebras Nebraska's
ka's Nebraska's electric chair early today.
Five charges of electricity were
. pumped into the body of the 20-
year-old killer who .committed 10
i knife and rifle slayings in bloody
.; reign of terror in January of 1958.
1 He later admitted an Ilth slaying.
' Dr. P. E. Getsher pronounced the
killer dead at 12:05 a.m., only four
,;1 minutes after he walked into the
I chamber.
Ironically, Dr. B. M. Finkle, vet veteran
eran veteran prison physician who ordinar ordinarily
ily ordinarily would have pronounced the
-:, killer dead, collapsed at the prison
, only minutes '3efore the execution.
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: Starkweather's death that the doc doctor
tor doctor had died of an apparent heart
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1 Dr. Getsher was joined in the
'' deathchamber at the last minute
I by Dr. George Lewis Jr. Lewis,
3 hastily summoned after Finkle's
A Collapse, entered the prison gates
,,,::7 on the run at midnight. The mew.
.,1 tion was not delayed.
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Starkweather merely ahook his
head negatively when Deputy War Warden
den Warden John Greenholts asked him
whether he had a last statement.
But earlier he made an apparent
atternpt at humor when Greenholtz
entered his cell to announce it was
time to go.
"What's your hurry?" Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather was quoted by the deputy
warden. Earlier in the evening. the
slayer told a guard, "I had a fee fee1
1 fee1 ing that tonight was tbe night."
tk Starkweather entered the small,
tv.ti garishly-lighted chamber at 12:01
, a rn. CST and walked quickly to the
, large oaken chair. He shot the 40
spectators a quick glance.
His head was shaved and he was
pale. A guard was close on either
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their help. He as seated and ask asked
ed asked whether he had anything to say.

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LINCOLN, Neb.,'Jtme 25(1JPI)1He shook his bead, and officials be-Charles
Siarkweather, redhaired gan the grim job of preparing him
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round around the chair as the electrodes
were fastened into place and Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather was strapped into the
chair.
When the curtain was opened,
the mass slayer presented a gro grotesque
tesque grotesque picture. The mask did not
cover his nose or his shaven head,
now fitted with the electrode. His
left leg, gripped by another elec electrode,
trode, electrode, was bare to the knee.
The anonymous e e cutioner,
from outside the state, threwethe
switch the first ti.me at 12:03 a.m.
Starkweather's body ourged up upward
ward upward and outward against the
heavy straps as the 1,200 volts
struck. The second surge one min minute
ute minute later caused a crackling noise
in the chamber. Three more charg charges,
es, charges, each hurling the slayer's inert
body against its bonds, were dealt
the killer.

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ployed unemployed snd apparentiv homeless
laborer, walked into the sheriff's
office, handed over five marl marltuana
tuana marltuana cigarets and asked: "Is
this enough to put me in jail?"
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When you attend our party Saturday you will be given a ticket, just deposit the
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Leroy Wet' loin- (inhaled
Atiantk gemelay chapter ;1,
Le RoY 0,Witritin at Gatun was
installed master., ounct or--1 At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Chapter, Cita' -deltday
at an open installation of niters
held at, the Cristobal .:...Masonic
Temple. The' group 14 'attending
included Rambow Girls, DeMolay
Boys, tneir parents' and views
from both sidu- or the 'lethmus.--,
Thomas E. Sellers 'of Margarita
who was completing' his term Is
master councuor -was the' instal installing
ling installing officer. Other instilling offic officers
ers officers assisting' in the ceremony in included
cluded included Senior' Cow:tenor tri R.
Sanders Jr.; 'Junior,Councilor La Lamoine
moine Lamoine EWerlein scribe William
B. Wray,' chaplain Rev. J. W.
Limkemann; senior beacon, Wil William
liam William C. Lawrence marshal, John
F. Thomas-and organist, Miss Ramona-
Anderson.
The oficers wore their color colorful
ful colorful ceremonial robes as they en entered
tered entered the chapter room for their
installation and escorted officers
and memtoers of, Cristobal Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Assembly.,
The offkers for the new term,
are Master -Couccilor,,LeRoy O.
Werlein, ivho esiorted Miss Ma Marion
rion Marion Leach,-newly installed worthy
advisor ofCristokal, Maembly
two, Order Of the Rainbow for
Girls; SettioelCottniloriLefloy'
Barfield Jr., who eaoorted Claire'
Wbite; Junior -Councillor,- Jaekie
D. Bedwell, escortin Elizabeth
McLaren; -Senior Deacon, William
R. Hogan',:,eacorthig Marguerite
Engelke; Jumor Deacon, Frink
McLeod Jr., escorting Andra Lee
Nash; Senior Steward Gary Ir Irving,
ving, Irving, who' escorted Becki McLeod,
Junior Steward, 'Jay NV. French,
who escorted 'Vicki Irettler; Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain Felix r, Kaminski, who es escorted
corted escorted Marion Smith; Marshal,
Jack E. Tiber, escorting Molly
Engelke; Standard Bearer, Philip
D. Sanders, escertingltirsinia Fa Faris;
ris; Faris; Oratorl,Walter T. Woodruff,
escortins Jean .Allen; First Pre Preceptor
ceptor Preceptor Ry M escorting
Judy Griffonz,'Scond 'Preceptor,
George N. Hokomb, whose prOxy
Frank Altsga escorted Pamela
Sohnston, Preceptor, Fred
A. Newhird.whose'',proxy Dean
Campbell; escorted Maritta' Sasso
Fourth Preceptor, Ronald Frank Frankel;
el; Frankel; Fifth Preceptor, Waldo B. Gil Gilley
ley Gilley Jr., WO tecorted Sharon Co Cooper,
oper, Cooper, Sixtkpreeeotet5 Aram?
Lawrencee ..izeseortittg Ann Mc McClelland;
Clelland; McClelland; Seventh Preceptor, Do Donald
nald Donald L. Humphrey, who escorted
Huey Lee;- and Sentinel, Irl R.
Sanders M, who escorted Marvel
Claire White, soloist, was ae aecomPanied
comPanied aecomPanied at the organ by Miss
Ramona Anderson,
HonoreCgttest4
ing the evening included Fred
Baggott,. outgoing Master Council Councilor
or Councilor of Pacific Chapter, Order of De,
Molay, Marion Leach' and Mrs.
Jean Blealtley, ,Worthy -Advisor
and Mother'. mot,- -, a
4(4v. t tob 1
Rainbow Assemblr; Danielle
Harned,3001M4dvlertr,..pf, t
Miguel Raewooakimowy
Tommy Roth, Worthy Matron of
Coral Chapter, 0.E.S.; Mrs. Wil Wilma
ma Wilma D. Crump, representing Ro Royal
yal Royal Palm Chapter, 0.E.S.; Mr.
F. W. Werlein, parents of the new
Master Councilor; Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Sellers, parents of the
outgoing Master Councilor; and
Rev. Limkemann, guest speaker.

HOXO To Feature
Seaway Opening
Mar idiat the ,,officiol opening to today
day today of the St,ilLawrence. Seoiwayt
Radio Station '110ED broad broadcast
cast broadcast a special' clsicumentary
grain, at 9 p.m.'
coOperation with the Cana Canadian
dian Canadian Broadcatting Corporation,
the station'xwill present a feature
program describing theOtonstroc theOtonstroction
tion theOtonstroction of the underway thee becupled
, 10,000 :nen ,for five years.
President .Dwight ,D EisenhO;
er and Queen -Elisabeth, presently'
on tour in Canada, were Scheduled'
to officially open the waterway,
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An kiformal reception was held
in the banquet ball following the
installation ceremonies.' At this
time DeMolay members who were
graduated -from Cristobal High
School earlier in' the mouth were
presented ker, rings and a knife
with the DeMolay emblem, s gift
from the DeMolay tothere Cir-1
cle Mrs. Joseph Irving madly the
presentation to the following -boys
Irl Sanders 11;.Tommy Sel'ers
LeRoy Werlein, Waldo Gilley
William Hogan, fiedwell,
Frank 'Alberga,, Arthur Lavaence
and Donald Humphrey.,
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$IghtseologtTours

A aeries of' "see and, shoot"
camera sightseeing tours will be
sponsored for servicemen n d
their dependents during the
month of July by -the USO-INVB.
Tho--tours 4,411 begin July 5 and
will be held eaeh ',Sunday during
the nontlw travelint through Ps
nama ,CityAnd Its putskirts, They
ivilrleaie 2;)0p.m. each Stm Stmday
day Stmday Afternoon taking a new
route ;each week.
passes-of -Appliettits Win le se seleeted
leeted seleeted for each ,tour on Ott basis
registrations, To make reser reservations,.
vations,. reservations,. interested servicemen
may dron by the US0-,TWB Armed
Forces Service Center or tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 1072.

Regiliem Mass

A requiem mass for the repose
of the mid of Mrs. Eliza Mat.
thews Bryan will be held sun.
day morning at 6 a.m. in the Don
Bosco Church on Central nue nueMrs.
Mrs. nueMrs. Bryan died May 27 lest.
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St. Christopher s
Pion July Proirom
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The St. Christopher's Young
Peoples Fellowship will sponsor a
'variety program on Sunday, July
5 at. the Jamaice...Soclety Hall at
ekets to the function may be
obtained from my member.

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precarious rope descent at the department's new training school. As long as the men On the
ground keep tension op the rope. O'Connor is safe. When he's ready, they'll ease up and he'll
go down into the safety net.

Brisk Trading On Wall Street Boosts
Turnover To Best Level In Two Weeks

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NEW ORK, June 26 (UPI)
Stocks opened higher today with
some big blocks appearing in kev
' issues. Trading was at a fairly
brisk pace.
In yesterday's acticrif 's tocks
, once again capped a firm, mod moderately
erately moderately active session with a rush
t of buying that centered in motor,
oil, drug and tire shares, and
boosted turnover to the best level
, in two weeks.

Of the leading groups only the
metals met any substantial selling
reflecting in part further price
cuts for copper metal. Kennecott
and Anaconda lost over a point,
Magma more than 2 points. Reyn Reynolds
olds Reynolds Metals fell 2341 Alcoa 1 in
the aluminums.
Auto shares stood out as pace
setters with gains ranging past 2
points in American Motors which
was the day's most actively
traded issue. Studebaker-Packard
followed in the active list with a
kain of 112 points to 121a. Chrys

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Motors major fractions.
Oils, Jong-depressed and consid considered
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whirl, met late demand which
lifted Richfield 21(2 points, Atlantic
Refining 2, Kerr McGee 2 3-8,
Standard of California more than
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group at least fractions. Higlf
priced Superior Oil of California,
off 40 points at the day's low,
finished with a 20 point gain to
1760.
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most of the session and despite
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substantial gains-312 in Ampex,
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134 points.
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AIDS FLOOD VICTIMS
LONDON (UPI) Britain has
announced it will contribute $28
000 for the relief of victims of
floods in Hong Kong.
Colonial Secretary Alan Lennox.
Boyd told the House of Commons
the contribution was "a token of
thA sympathy of the people of this
country." He said at least 55 per perr6ns
r6ns perr6ns were killed 70 injured, and
15,000 left homeless by the floods.
earnings report. Goodyear gained
2 points and Firestone almOst
that much.
There were gains of a point to
4 points in International Harves Harvester,
ter, Harvester, Interndtional Paper, Owens OwensIllinois
Illinois OwensIllinois Glass, Corning Glass, Mes Mesta
ta Mesta Machine, Lorillard, Polaroid,
U. S. Gypsum, Diamond Alkali,
Brunswick-Balke, Minnesota Min Mining.
ing. Mining. Rails were fractionally higher
for the most part, with a 20-
month high carloadings report and
some further good 'earnings state statements
ments statements helping to sustain demand,
Western Maryland, however, lost
2 points in reaction to a formal
denial of a rumored stock split
which had helped lift the issue
in recent sessions.
Utilities were firm.
Of a total 1,198 issues appearing
'on the tape, 563 were higher, 427
lower.
Turnover for the session totaled
3,250,000 shares compared with
3,180,000 the day before.
WAR CASUALTI LISTED
ALGIERS (UPI) A French
army communique said yesterday
that 534 Algerian rebels were
killed and 269 captured in the
oast week of the Algerian war.
French losses were reported to
have been 39 dead over the same
ek-long period.
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For Labor P'eace; B6neficiary

WASIUNGTON (11PI)--An
cial of the Pittsburgh Sim Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph tesdfied today that his
newspaper paid out more than
$1.00,000 to a Teamster union offi official
cial official over a nine-year, period, to
keep labor peace.
William J, Poch, Sun:Telegraph
business manager, told the Senate
Rackets Committee that Theodore
Cozta, president of Teamster toe toeal
al toeal 21, was on the paper's payroll
as a substitute driver and provid provided
ed provided with his own office.
Poch said Cozza was Oil the.
payroll when he became business
manager in 1951, shortly after a
seven-week strike. He said he did
not know if Cozza's employment
was Dart of the settlement.
The witness said the TeaMster
did little work for the paper and
eventually was ousted after an
efficiency expert conducted a
study.
Poch agreed with Chairman
John L. McClellan (D-Aric.) that
Cozza's presence on the Paper's
payroll amounted to a method Of
obtaining labor peace.
Cozsa's local is made up of driv drivers
ers drivers of newspaper trucks in Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Washington,
D. C.
Cozza's tenure at the Pittsburgh
paper included organizing work
at the Washington, D. C, Star and
other union chorea in Baltimore,
Los Angeles, Miami and Chicago.
Called to the stand, Cozza re refused
fused refused to answer questions on
grounds his answers might tend
to incriminate h m. He also
claimed the protection of t h e
Fifth Amendment when McClellan
commented that a truthful an answer
swer answer would stamp him as a "par "parasite
asite "parasite on the economy of the coun country!.
try!. country!. Committee investigator Pierre
Salinger testified there had been
complaints that Cozzi, who has
an extensive police record, was
using his office at the Sun-Telegraph
to operate a numbers rack racket.
et. racket. Salinger said the records show
that Cozza received $75,925 in
ialaries from the Sun-Telegraph
from January, 1950, through May,
1959, plus $24,279 for rental of his
truck. The paper also paid more
than $1,000 in telephone bills for
the Teamster.
Cozza alp was said to have
been paid $24,279 by the Auto
Rental Co., which supplied extra
trucks to the paper on Saturday
nights for Sunday paper deliver deliver,es.
,es. deliver,es. The extra drivers were non nonunion.
union. nonunion. The committee also said Cozza
got $68,056.40 in salary from the
TetiMter over the same period,
plus a $7,000 car and $3,000 VIP
to Europe.
MINIEM.00...
Japanese Premier
Says US Links
Mean Security
TOKYO (UPI)Prime Minister
Nobusuke Kishi said today
that the security treaty with the
United States not neutralism
would give Japan the peace and
security it wanted...
Kishi replied to left-Wing at attacks
tacks attacks on the security treaty in a
brief polky speech before a joint
session of both houses of Parlia Parliament.
ment. Parliament. "The security treaty has made
important contributions to the
protection of our security under
the unstable world situation fol.
lowing the treaty of peace," Kish!
sgid, "and we have thus been
able to work for our country's re.
covery under peaceful condi.
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Poch said Cozza finally was
fired last May after he threatened
efficiency expert Irving L e e I.
Lees had raised quesUons about
whether Cons was doing any
work.
Poch said he was told that
Cone ordered Lees to get out of
town under threat of being "re.
duced to this size." Poch held up
two fingers about two inches
apart.
Poch was the' first wit ne s s
called as the committee opened a
new two-week investigation of the
Teamsters union. Teamster Pres.
ident James R. Hoffa was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to make his third appear.
ance before the committee later
today.
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WASHINGTON,' (UPI) The
Senate Armed Services Comrnittee
yesterday accepted with m s sgivings
givings sgivings the administration's new
'master plan" for defending the
nation against H-bomb attack. It
said the plan "leaves much to be
desired."
The committee called on the
Defense Department and the Joint
Chiefs of Staff to conduct a new
review of the air defense contre contreversy
versy contreversy and report back by Jtdy
31.
It said the joint chiefs should
study anew whether it is wise to
equip surface-to-air missiles with
atomic warheads when they
might be exploded over populous
areas. It also expressed misgiv misgivings
ings misgivings about "wasteful overlapping"
in air defense missiles and other
Weapons.
The committee's formal report
questioned whether "too much re.
liance is being piked upon de defense
fense defense as compared to sharpening
our offense with modernization of
the army, the fleet and perhaps
MOre emphasis on mapned inter intercentors."
centors." intercentors." The committee said it felt the
best defense was a strong, effec effective
tive effective offense.
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gleaming bands of stainless steel in San Diego, Calif., factory
where the Atlas ICBM is manufactured. The thin bandssec4
tions of the missile's bodyare kept in circular form by col.,
lapsible rings until the Atlas is fully assembled and pressurised.
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Tony CURTIS and Jack LEMMON,' produced and directed
by SILLY WILDER for the Miriscb Company, to a rowdy,
mysterious comedy of the roaring twenties, ee-starring
George RAFT. Pat 'O'BRIEN and Joe It BROWN, with No Nohemiah
hemiah Nohemiah PERSOFF, Joan SHAWLEE, Billy GRAY, George
, E. STONE, Dave BARRY and Mike MAZURKI. It Opens
TOMORROW, Sunday and Monday at the "DRIVE IN"
Theatre throtigh United Artists release.
The fast-paced farce about gals, guys and gangsters
operating. In crime-ridden Chicago and a plus, booming
(pre-Depression). Miami Beach, has a tune-filled musical
batkground of hit songs of the era sung by Marilyn MON--
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' McClellan and -Sen.' John
Kennedy tll-Mass.) both suggest suggested
ed suggested to Poch that employers have
a responsibility .not to give in to
what amounts to union blackmail.
McClellan said 'if members of
Congrest had shown'"such weak weakness"
ness" weakness" they would be likely to "see
an editorial in your paper con condemning
demning condemning us for D."-
Kennedy suggested that the pay payments
ments payments to Cozza might violate
Taft-liartley Aot provisions which
forbid, payments by an employer
to influence a union official.
Poch's attorney.' 3. Ray Con Connolly
nolly Connolly -denied that it would be such
violation, saying that the mon monor
or monor was given to eozza for ftserv ftservice
ice ftservice allegedly rendered."
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The new air defense plan was
offered by Defense Secretary Neil
H. McElroy after a Senate armed
services subcommittee trimmed
17 million dollars from funds auth authorized
orized authorized for the Army's Nike-Hercules
anti-aircraft missile.
- When the house cut 162 million
dollars !rem funds for the Air
Forcets rival Bomare missile, the
result was an open feud between
the two services. McElroy was
called on to try.to sewn ft.
In his master plan, he retained
a "mix" of both anti.aircraft roc rockets
kets rockets but called for cutbacke of
about $1,500,000,000 in the two pro programs
grams programs through 1985, with Bomarc
taking the heavier cut.
In its report, the Senate, com committee
mittee committee quoted a special defense
department panel which studied
the Bomarc missiles as saying it
"became very alarmed at the
multi-headed aoproath to the de.
fent problem."
The committee then voiced its
own concern about parts of Mc McElroy's
Elroy's McElroy's master plan but added
that it was "a step in the right
direction and step that would
not have been taken except for
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142foot-wide hulls are joined catamaran-style. They ire
eight feet apart at the deck level. Craft will he propelled by:
two diesel engines which will act as rudders, There will be!
tittle four-inch 11013111 hoses. Operatins are directed from
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Five More Bodies Found
Among Hotel Fire Ruins

VOSSESTRAND, Norway (UPI)
Vive more bodies were re recovered
covered recovered by search crews yesterday
from the, ruins of the Sta 'helm
Hotel which WAS swept- by, fire
while crowded with American
tourists Tu,esday
It raised to 15 the number of
bodies found in the wreckage.
Nine persons 'still were missing.
The U. S. State Department
said 11, AmeriCans lire presumed
dead.
Twenty Americans were injured
in the fire which destroyed the
wooden resort hotel, according to
the list issued by the State De Department.
partment. Department. A hospital spokesmen
at nearby Noss, aaid all were in
"satisfactory" condition.
None of the 15 bodies thin! far
recovered have yet been positively
identified. They were taken to Ber-,
gen where an identification corn
mission will seek tA) identify them
Qn the basis cd dental charts and
other information provided by rel relatives
atives relatives Of tile missWil PrIctrist
It wile itivited Ielox
130 Americans were in the four fourstory
story fourstory 50-year-old hotel when the
fire erupted during the pre-dawn
hours. All the hotel records were
destroyed and police noted that
travel agencies often fail to keep
recbrds ef more than surnames,
making the task of identifying the
dead and missing doubly difficult.
While the search through he
fire-charred ruins continued, Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian authorities blamed arson arsonists
ists arsonists for a aeries of fires in a re resort
sort resort tovm in southeastern NOrway.
Pole at Fredrikstad. across the
Norwav penninsula from here,
said five fires were set On the
TV's Convalescing
Arthur Godfrey
Declines New Show
NEW !YORK Arthur,
Godfrey announced yesterday
that he will not take over Edward
R. Murrow's "Person to Person"
television show as planned:
Godfrey, 55, who underwent sur surgery
gery surgery for lung cancer April 30,
said he would return to his CBS
redio network program on Sept.
28 but would limit his television
appearances to four special one onehour
hour onehour shows during next season.
CBS announced no plans for the
"Person to Person" show' which
Murrow will leave after Friday's
broadcast for a year's leaVe of
absence.
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Wood of Hankoe in 12 hours
Wednesday.
Two of the fires were dia.
covered in the wooden Hankoe
Hotel, crowded with yachtsmen
and their families for the Oer
sued Cup races. Police said the
fires could have resulted in heavy
loss of life if not discovered in
time.
The cause of the fire at Stal
helm has not yet been disc.overed.
P o 11 c e questioned a Norwegian
travel guidq on the theory that a
cigarette butt left in his room
during a party may have touched
off the disaster.
In Oslo, an American survivor
said that he and his wife escaped
only because he bad checked
emergency fire exits.
"We undoubtedly would have
been among the victims if I
hadn't examined the. possibilities
for emergency exit in case of hie
the night before,'-' said Dr. Wil
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tuidetway at Disneyland in Anaheim, Ca lit. Sketch shows the type ot train which will be
used. The one-million-dollar system, ileveloped, by the Alweg Company at Watt Germany,
will use two (10-foot-long monorail trains, tech with 82-passenter capacity, traveling at 30
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Briton Buys Rubins Pailitings
For World-Record $770,000

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LONDON, Juno 25 (UPI) An
unidentified Briton purchased Po Poter
ter Poter Paul Rubens' painting "The
Adoration of the Migi" for the
world record auction sum of $770,-
000 todaY to keep tho 11-by-t-foot
masterpiece out of America It
bands.
London art duler Leonard Koet Koetser
ser Koetser made the successful bid for
the painting at Sotheby's suction
Rouse for a client whom hi de described
scribed described as "an Englishman, a
private person," who wants to
"keep it in England."
Kootssit rfused to Identify the
gurchasor oven though a Import Importor
or Importor observed film WM, only
"six mon in England wtth that
lOnd of money."
, It took exactly two minutes to
complete the sale of the Rubens'
painting.
While 500 persons remained bush bushed
ed bushed and tense in the sweltering gal gallery,
lery, gallery, Koester nodded his bead a
quarter of an inch, agreeing to
).ay the highest sum ever paid for
a single painting at auction.
The previous record was set last
October in the Slane auction room
when Paul Cetanne's "Boy In a
Red Waistcoat" brought $818,000.
The auction today also set rec record
ord record Decal for paintings by El
'Greco,' Frans Hale, Albert Guyp,
Goyen and Claude.
Bidding on the Ruben' began
$280.000.
"I. wouldn't call tho painting
a bargain, litit It is worth con considerably
siderably considerably meta," said km&
sar after the solo was comglet comgletThe
The comgletThe Rubens Wait ifi c011ection
of 18 paintings auctioned off to
help pay the staggering inherit-1
ance taxes oti the late Duke of
Westiminster's estate. That collec collection
tion collection alone :brought a total of 81,-
220.788.
The Duchess of Westiminster,
whose late father-in-law owned the
collection, occupied a gilt chair
meat. Koetser, during the bidding.
American art galleries. consider considered
ed considered the only real contenders for
the Rubens, scarcely bid. "All
those questions in parliament sear seared
ed seared them off," a Sotheby's spokes spokesman
man spokesman said.
Hints had boon, drrogpod. in gar gartiamintthat
tiamintthat gartiamintthat the British govern governmint
mint governmint would, not permit export
of tho ;sainting If a foraignor pur purchased
chased purchased It.
Koetscher purchased El Greco's
"The Apostle St. James" for $201,-
800 and Trans Hall' "Portrait of
the Painter Fans Post" for $134,-
000 for the same client who bought
the Ruben. loth were record sue

tion prices for works by the two
painters.
For his own stock Koehler paid
s record $87,200 for Jan Van Goy Goyen's
en's Goyen's "View of Emmerich."
The Marlborough Fine Arta Gal Gallery
lery Gallery paid $100,800 for Claude's
"Worship of the Golden Calf,"
and-Agnew Galleries paid $71,400
for Albert Guypss "View of Dort,"
both record auction prices.
In all 89 paintings were sold for
82,073,344 in 1 hour and 58 min minutes.
utes. minutes. It Was said to be the second
highest total for an art auction
sale.

US Army. Caribbean
toliitnieef Firing
ichedule For Week

Elements of U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean will engage in weapons ac activity
tivity activity on the following schedule
during the week beginning June
29.
There will be firing all day
Monday, June 29, until midnight
Tuesday, June 30, at Empire
Range. Live firing of 4.2 and
60mm, mortars will be conduct conductod,
od, conductod, with a maximum altitude of
6500. fegt ,anA;Lmaximum hori hori'Ong!
'Ong! hori'Ong! rings or 'woo yards.
Firing is scheduled at the Em Empire
pire Empire Known Distance Range from
midnight Monday through mid midnight
night midnight Tuesday. Troons from the
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry,
will train with rifles and car caruSing
uSing caruSing stationary tar g e t
Meximum altitude is 75 feet
Aild 'maximum 11012001 range
le n500 yards.
Firing on a 24-hour-a-day ba baSt
St baSt is slated in two areas on
July 2. At Mintli farms. battle
group personnel will englige in
weapons training with machine
guns and rifles. while during the
glIMP noriort rifle and meehine gun
setivitv will be in progress in
the Banana Island training a area.
rea. area. On both occasions blank am ammunition
munition ammunition and signal flares will be
usek with the maximum alti altitude
tude altitude 400 feet and the horizontal
range 800 yards.

MUM 111 V01114101
MATAID. Spain (UPI) A cor cornice
nice cornice on a downtown building fell
no crowded sidewalk yeaterdm
klillow two passersby and injury.
inp two others. TN. aceident tea'
attributed to recent rains. which
loosened tha masonr.

The building of tale Panams
Canal, the saga of Suez, the ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments of Soviet engine engineers
ers engineers in modern tames and the work
on the St. Lawrence seaway are
ail covered in a new book platen
in circtuation thil week at the
Canal ZOne Lbrary.
The new book "The Can I
Blathers" was written by Robert
Payne, who comes by 4,is inter interest
est interest in ships and waterWayS ua uaturally.
turally. uaturally. vias Dorn into a Port Portsmouth
smouth Portsmouth family of shipwrights,
and at ad eery age developeo
overWnelming passion tor- ships.
He has worked as a shipwrignt,
served 'at the Singapore Naval
Bast, and at one time was a lec lecturer
turer lecturer in Naval Architecture
Lionta Universitt
The complete' lilt 'of new books,
and their salvors follows)
Non-fiction 'The lluistrated
Library of the Natural sciences,
American Museum of Natural His History;
tory; History; More ,CaViar, Buchwald
Land Without Justice, D111 a s;
World,, Geography, freeman, The
MUM- of IgN,;,-.Arlialttitlitab,
Hoig; The ,Art of Fish Cookery,
Miloradovich; ltan and Myth, Mo MoSotheone
Sotheone MoSotheone Will Die To Tonight
night Tonight in the Caribbean, Puisnes Puisneslead;
lead; Puisneslead; History of the United
States Civil service, Van Riper.
Fiction Cone of Silence, Bea Beaty;
ty; Beaty; Paychow -Bloch; The
nomted, Chink liuckslin tAilitir,,
Drago; Detour at Night, gntiort;
Alas,Babylon, Frank; The Prize
Master, lialsap; Killer's e u g e,
Hunter; The Width of Waters,
Krtt, One Star General, Morgan;
Beti, ltooke; Miss America, Stern
Nine Coaches Waiting Stewart;
War is a Private Affair, Love Me
Canal Builders,, Payne; Seven,
Worlds of Theodore -Roosevelt,'
Wagenknecht; and Opportunities
for Summer Study in Latin Amer).
ca, Pan American Union.

CLAMPDOWN ON FILMS
TOKYO (UPI) The Commu Communist
nist Communist New China News Agency has
reported that the Cambodian gov government
ernment government has banned the showing
4 "indecent films" in the coun country.
try. country. The agency said the order
defined indecent films as "strip
tense. cowboy films and detective
films depicting de.talls of crimes."

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Ryles Comm. iffee Wants End EndOf
Of EndOf SenbIe Payio'ij 'Sbcrecy

1
. WASHINGTON, Junts 25 11(1.1-
PI) The Senate Rules Commit Committee
tee Committee today called for an end to
payrt311 secrecy in the Senate as
g result of ,the recent furor over
nepotism and other congressional
, hiring practicea.
The committee recommended
that the Senate make public the
- names, jobs and salaries of each
member's office staff every three
months. ,
At present, the Senate report.
on dace payrolls only once a
- year, and then discloses only the
, totals for each office and a list
, of workere names..
Ile resolution, drafted by the
Rulea COmmittee itself, went to
' the full Senate under the name
of chairman Thomas C. Henning.
iJr, (D-Mo.).
, If approved; It would become a
part of the Senate's gtermanent
' ,' rules.
,
" The action was an outgrowth of
' wide publicity given this year to
I the long-standing practice of CO.
I greasmen hiring relatives for their
I aides.
1 The practice is legal, but cri,
t tics have charged it can be at
, bused if payrolls are kept secret.
The House monthly discloses the
-",-- salaries paid to each, staff aide.
The Senate payroll has been a
virtual secret for at least a dec.
1 ade except when individial gen.,
atoll) chose to make their own
pay lists public.
One argument against such dia.
closures has been that it caul.,
ed jealousy among Senate ern..
ployes.
Newspapers and other have
contended that the taxpayers have
a right to know who is being
paid how much by their elected
. representatives.
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MEDICALIRIUMPH-41m ord rt, 24, senior at Wittenberg College in Springfield, Ohio,
has his roduation gown adjusted by sophomore Cathy Noll of Cleveland. Ford, who in in.
. in. tends to be Lutheran missionary, shows no signs that he was a "blue baby," one of the first
to be.eured by surgery:, Photo,left, shows 11,'ord at 11, after the then-revolutionary operation.
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One newsman, Vsece Trimble
1 the Scripps-Howard newspa newspalas,
las, newspalas, filed a Federal court suit
.eeking access to Senate pay re records.
cords. records. He lost.
The Rules Committee's propos proposal
al proposal would require the secretary of
be Senate to include the names.
titles and salaries of esch Sen.
stor's staff members in his an annual
nual annual report. The same informs informsdon
don informsdon would also be made avail'.
hie in separate documents pu published
blished published quarterly.
The reporting wotdd start next
Fall and cover payrolls for July,
August and September.
A spot check last February
showed that 80 House members
had relatives who could be indenti indentifiestron
fiestron indentifiestron their payrolls.
In 1949. a similar survey
showed 90 House members and 28
Senators employed their ,ssela ,sselatives.
tives. ,sselatives. Most Congressional old-timers
believed the practice had not
diminished or increased over the
years.
A complete check of relatives
in congressional offices would be
provided by a proposal sponsored
by Rep. John E. Henderson (ft (ftOhio.).
Ohio.). (ftOhio.). It wotdd require members
to report any members o f their
family who were working for
'hem.
It also would require disclosure
r1 any business relationships be be'ween
'ween be'ween House members and their
staff members.

BAN ON TOURISTS
RANGOON (UPI) --The Bur Burmese
mese Burmese government yesterday ban banned
ned banned the entry of foreign motor motorists,
ists, motorists, cyclists and globe-trotters en
route to India and Thailand. No
reason was announced.

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Itifteen'new interns are arriving
in the Canal Zona during June and
July as members of the 1959-6o in intern
tern intern training class at Gorgas Hos HosThe
The HosThe new arrivals include three
graduates of the University of Ore Oregon,two
gon,two Oregon,two -from the University of
Oklahoma, two from the Universi UniversitY
tY UniversitY of, Colorado, and two from :be
Univervity of Missouri. Other
schools yrepresented are Temple,
Washington, Illinois, Minnesota,
Louisiana State and Michigan U Universities.
niversities. Universities. The new interns and their
achools are Dr, Ricardo Foggia,
Dr. William S. Hoskinson and Dr.
,Richard D. Schtdtz of Oregon;
Dr. Charles W. Simcoe and Dr.
Robert G. Franz of Oklahoma; Dr.
Robert W. Marshall and Dr. Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Hilton of Colorado; Dr.
Herbert L. McDonald and Dr. Ro
ert D. Williams of Missouri; Dr.
Paul H. DeBruine of Washington,
Dr. Carl E. Dawkins of Temple;
Dr. James E. Eshenaur of Illinois
Dr. Robert Gains, Jr. of Louisia Louisianit;
nit; Louisianit; Dr. Zunes P. Herbert of Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota and Dr. William H. Muny Munyon
on Munyon of Michigan.
Of the other 15 interns who are
completing their year of training
at Gorgas, three will stay on the
hospital staff as residents next
year. They are Dr. Harold Adolph
and Dr. Robert C. Hall, resident
surgeons; and Dr. Robert Nichols,
resident pathologist.
Five new residents are coining
to the Canal Zone from tthe United
States. They ars Dr. Paul H. Lcd Lcdzeaux,
zeaux, Lcdzeaux, surgery; Dr. Robert fiend fienderson,
erson, fienderson, obstetrics and gynecology
service; Dr. Joe D. Sanders, oph ophthalmology;
thalmology; ophthalmology; dr. Martin Florine,
medical service; and Dr. Paul B
illadelet, pathology.

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collection, occupied a gilt chair guns and rifle. while during the Nine Coaches Waiting Stewirt;
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American art galleries. consider- setivitv will NI in Progress In 1 0141.
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Wagenknecht; and Oppertimities
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the Rubens, scarcely bid. "All ree. for Summer Study in Latin Ameri- tilkDY, ARE YOU THINKING OF BUYING A EUROPEAN CAR I
thome questions in parliament sear- On both occasions blank am- ca Pan American Union. S NT 4,:(70101010
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man said. ,.,',,r, used,. with the magimum alti- ilik s. m: x i IN THEI 1,6001 PRICE CATEGORY?
Hints had boon dropped in par- tude 400 feet end, the horizontal cLAMFDOWN ON FILMS '' li;,' ,,:,,, ' ? ; .,
!lament thet the British allvertt range 800 Yards. 1
mint would, not permit export TOKYO (UPI) The Commu- ., 1, ,,' At '1 t,
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Koetechet purchased El Greco's niee on a downtown building fell ernment has banned the showing
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"The Apostle St. jimes" for $201,. nil A crowded sidewalk yenterday. 4 "indecent films" in the Otte- I 11 14' Oft I "li
800 and Trans Hall' "Portrait of idlline two paesersby and injury. try. The agency said the order 4, t it; ,,,, s 0 ofls
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that the Senate make public the titles and salaries of esch Sen. gOidahoma, two from the Universi- ,i,'"; '';5,!,''..,!..,', ,:--..., :...,',, ,.,, !. .1 '...:..
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Robert W. Marshall and tor. Rob Rob.
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wM use two 00-foot-long monorail trains, each with 82-passenter capacity, traveling at 30 The practice is legal, but cri.
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on of Michigan.
Wile model of the Matterhorn. ,,,-,,-11, ,,,,,,,-- ' bused 141
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Britbri Buys Rtibins aiiitings virtual secret for at least a dec.
, &tore chose tot make their cown .sraetefemHeoomienergm.
ade except when individial sen- ospi a a
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of any businessemreblaertisonasnhdipsthbeek- yhear:tThi
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and Dr. Robert C. Hall, resident mraillililionn-edinolleatarnseydstinema,
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, Newspapers and other have mese government yesterday ban- erson, obstetrics and gynecology
LONDON, June 25 (UPI) -An tion prices for works by the two contended that the taxpayers have ned the entry of foreign motor service,
unidentified Briton purchased Pe- painters. 1 a right to know who is being ists, cyclists and globe-trotters en thalmology; dr. Martin Florme,
ter Paul Rubens' painting "The For his 'own stock Koehler paid ,, I paid how much by their elected route to India and Thailand. No medical service; and Dr. Paul B
Adoration of the Magi" for the a record 087,200 for Jan Van Goy- ,. ,, ...., ...,:..,. ,) representatives. reason was announced. Radelet, pathology.
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world record auction sum of CM,. en's "View of Emmerich." - 1-- - -''' --z-d.
D00 today to keep the 11by-8-foot The Marlborough Fine Arts Gal-- ., .
masterpiece out of A m e r i c a t lery paid 0100,800 for Claude'e
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London art duler Leonard !Loot. and-Agnew Galleries paid 171,400 :,,.. ,,....rw,:,:t,
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the painting it Sotheby's auction both record adction prices. Canal, the saga of Suez, the ac- ,34,,,,,z,,u,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,--, i ,,,,,,,,,-1, - ,,, ,, ,. -,,,,,
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purchaser even though a report- The new book "The C a n I ,.'4,,--w 1:11 )""::777"-4.: -,?:':Ts : ,::::::,: 4,?:
et observed there Vora only US Army Caribbean :,,,,:,.:::.,,,:, , ,...,,,.
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complete the sale of the Rubens' smouth family of shipwrights, ---i,-,,, :. 7:7. '''--
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painting. ichedule For Week OVerWilainling passion tor, ships. -,... :,:'..,.. t,,--,--.. s,'',: i'"'-:'''',',1'. ,, ,, ,o.,' ::: :,
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ed and tense in the sweltering gal- He tuts worked as a shipwrignt, :-.--,: ; :.
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icry, Koester nodded his bead a Elements of Ds, Army ctrib- Base, anti at one time was a lec. ,! i:, :::.. ;,,. : ,,1 i, s, ; ..,, 4,::,,,,..,4 : 1::.:,,. ,....,,, , ,,:
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quarter of an inch, agreeing to bean will engage in weapons ac acPo3'
Po3' acPo3' the, highest sum ever paid for tivity on the following schedule Lionta University, in, ;Citing.- .: '::":':,"' ' ,- ',- ,,,, ,-,. ?sae', ,,A:,iki,"',,:,,;ig:i: .; ,-' .f::::k
a single painting at auction. during the week beginning June tine complete' lilt of new bOacs ,-
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when Paul Cesanne's "Boy in a Monday, June 29, imill midnight ubrary of the Natural Rialleati,
Red Waistcoat" brought 0818,000. Tuesday, June so, at Empire American Museum of Natural His- MEDICALIRIUMPH-41m tiord rt. 24; sertior at Wittenberg College in Springfield, Ohio
The auction today Coo let ree lunge. Live firingof 4.2 and haa his roduation gown adjusted by sophomore Cathy Nolte of Cleveland. Ford, who in-'
ord pricg for paintifigs by El eOmm mortars will be conduct- tory; More ,CaViar, Buchwald
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Greco.' Frans Hale, Albert Gun,. bd, with a Maximum altitude of LWaohdrldW, Gletholtuept l4tirfc6io,elloDalti ' Th ii! to hceured by surgery:. Photo,left, shows Ford at 11, after the then-revolutionary operation. ,,
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Van Goyen and Claude. 6500.. fegt t elaCte, Maalmum hori- Humor (POW --, .0 0,''', -11.4-400.14,1 trt,'' ,,
Bidding on the Rubens began St' tiontlil tinge of A000 yards. Hoig; The ,Art of Fish Cookery, f ,, r,
2289.000 Firieg is scheduled at the ,Ktn- Miloradovich: ltan and Myth, Mo- i f DOUBLE
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Two-Season Streak Now
tin To 17 Games' In Row
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le five-foot-eight, 150 potmd
Fagg, sometimes called "Little
Biol by his Pittsburgh teammates,
w his 12th straight game with withotitt,a
otitt,a withotitt,a loss yesterday when Roman
M a's two-run homer in the 12th
in g gave the Pirates a 3-1 (le (let
t (let ci ntinogverbaScakn roramncaiysco3.0, 1958,
Fa has won 17 in a row, a rec recor
or recor no other reliever can touch.
sest ones to him are ex-Car
di is Howie Krist and Ted Wilks.
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Kr t, who started occasionally
an was not strictly a relief pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, ad a 10-0 record for the Cards
in 41 and won his first three
ga es in 1942 before the Phil lies
be him. Wilks was 8-0 in 1946,
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an 4-0 in 1947, but then lost his
fir game to the Reds in 1948.
. Only three major league pitch pitcherl,
erl, pitcherl, counting ttarters and reliev reliever4alike,
er4alike, reliever4alike, put together longer win winni
ni winni streaks than Face.
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hey wort Cori Hubbell of the
Monts, who wen 24 straight ev every&
ery& every& two-year span, and two
otSer former Giants, Tim Keefe
arid Rube Marquard, each of
whom won 19 in a row during
a ;single season.'
nee entered yesterday's game
will the Giants in the 10th and
hell. them scoreless on two hits
civet the last three innings after
st 'ter Harvey Haddix had yield yielded
ed yielded third-inning homer to Ed
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Br esouldosoevrerwthase firrosotknieineiddie.
Fisher, who relieved starter Stu
Miller in the 12th and was tagged
forZa single by Dick Schofield
anttlifejias' hemer, which travel traveled
ed traveled 370 feet over the left field
fence.
The defeat left the second-place
Giants two games behind the
league-leading Braves, who lost to
the Cardinals, 3-2 ThO Cubs down
ed the Reds, 6-2, and the Dodgers
made it four in a row over the
Phil lies, 5-2.
Cleveland widened its American
Te-,9 10,1 tintx,;(4, fill o'arri 0 Vly
defeating Baltithore, 3-2; the White
Sox bounced back into second
place by beating the Senators, 4-1;
the Tigers snapped a four-game
losing streak with a 10-5 triumph
over thn Red Sox, and the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees climbed back into fourth
Place with a 5-4 victory over the
Athletics.
All of the cardinals' runs a against
gainst against the Braves were unearned.
Second baseman Felix Mantilla
set up the first two runs with an
error in the sixth and an error by
right fielder flank Aaron figured
in the Card's Jp.rd run driven in
by Ken Boyer 411, the seventh.
Aaron hit his 21st homer with
one on off starter Wilmer Mi Mizell
zell Mizell in the third. Reliever Lindy
McDaniel held Milwaukee hit hit,
, hit, less over the last four innings to
win his sixth game. Lew Bur Bur,
, Bur, dette went the route for the
' Braves and lost his sixth game
against 11 victories

MEM

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4 NEW YORK, June 26 (UPI) Here's a toast
pint-sized Elroy Face, who now owns the longest
nning streak of any relief pitcher in major league
h tory.

Ernie Banks hit his 20th homer
with the bases empty in the sixth
inning to put the Cubs ahead, 2-1,
and they clinched the game when
they hopped on Cincinnati reliev relievers
ers relievers Orlando Pena and Willard
Schmidt for four more runs in the
eighth.
Bob Anderson notched his fourth
win compared with six losses al although
though although Bill Henry came to his
rescue after he walked the firgt
two Red batters in the ninth. Bob
Purkey, now 6-9, was the loser.
Don Drysdale pitched a three.
hitter and also hit a home run a against
gainst against the Phil lies as the Dodgers
moved to within one percentage
point of the second-place Giants.
Drysdale, who has an 8-5 record
and now has beaten every team
in the league, had a no-hitter go going
ing going against Philadelphia until
Harry Anderson singled in the
seventh inning and Wally Post fol followed
lowed followed with a homer. But the Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers already had put the game
beyond reach with a four-run ral rally
ly rally in the first inning that included
Duke Snider's ninth homer and
Gil Hodges' 12th.
Robin Roberts, forced out of the
game when hit on the arm by a
pitched ball in the sixth, lost his
sixth game. Ile was won six, also.
Tito Francona hit two homers
against his former Oriole team teammates
mates teammates to lead the Indians to vic victory.
tory. victory. He hit his first homer of the
game off starter Hoyt Wilhelm
and his second off rookie Jack
Fisher, the loser.
Francona's second homer came
in the eighth inning, breaking a
2-2 tie and earning reliever Mike
Garcia his first victory after five
straight losses. The defeat drop dropped
ped dropped Baltimore into third place, a
game-and-e-ttalt off the pace.
Barry Lothian,' making his
first start for ,the White Sox
since May 9, set the Senators
down,,on. five 4hits,Jor, his,, first
w ic to NiOstfi. MONA Ito
Sox scoeoci 1604 'rut HP's-4
dro Ramos,' whose record now is
7-7. Earl Torgesen hit a two-run
homer in the sixth.
Rocky Bridges hit the first
grand-slam homer of his career
in a five-run third inning that sent
the Tisqr.A,un,,tharipmEax,..144victqr(;
over the RedScot. Bridgts con connected
nected connected off loser Tom Brewer and
later in the game Al Kaline and
relief pitcher Tom Morgan also
homered for Detroit.
Jim Bunning gained his seventh
victory,ngatnst Six losses although
he denaltnikitijawor,i5t,Morgan
the eighth toiliivint 'back-to-back
homers by Dick Gernert and Mar Marty
ty Marty Keough.
Home runs by Elston Howard
and Norm Siebern helped the
Yankees to their victory over the
A's. Siebern's homer, off relievtr
Russ Meyer in the eighth. mov moved
ed moved tO be the winning run. Duke
Maas, platd, urvitisf,sixth, victory.

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LEADING
HITTERS

(Baud on.1175 official at bats)
- National League

G AB
Aaron, Mil. 69 283'
White, St. L. 62 214
Cepeda, S.F. 70 281
Stuart, Pitt. 55 180
Moon, L. A. 62 226
Temple, Cin. 69 273
Gilliam, L.A. 62 221
Pinson, Cin. 69 283
Cimoli, St. L. 67 271
Boyer, St. L. 64 .239
Logan, Mil. 63 214

American League

Kuenn, Det. 61
Ka line, Det. 63
Runnels, Bos. 64
Wood ling Bal. 62
Fox, Chicago 67
Williams, KC. 53
Mantle, Bos. 61
Malzone, Bos. 66
Aparicio, Chi. 66
Lopez, N.Y. 64

W

R H
53 110
37 75
49 93
34 59
42 74
47 89
43 72
56 91
45 86
38 76
25 68

242 39 87 .300
247 39 86 .348
252 41 86 .341
196 26 65 .332
274 36 87 .318
198 30 61 .308
233 51 71 .305
259 44 78 .301
259 48 76 .294
246 30 72. .293

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves
,Banks, Cubs
Robnson, Reds
Cepeda, Gantt
Demeter, Dodgers

AMERICAN LEAGUE
killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Colavito, India ns
Mantle, Yankees
Allison, Senators
Jensen. Red Sox

Home Runs i
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Stuart, Prates
Demeter, Dodgers
Cepeda, Giants
Boyer, Cards

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
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PITCHERS

(Based on 7 or m
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Face, Pirates
Mizell, Cardinals
Antonelli, Giants
Newcombe, Reds
Law, Pirates

American; League
Larsen, Yankees
Wilhelm, Orioles
Lary, Tigers
Grant, Indians
Shaw, White Sox
Brown, Orioles

Trabert Winner

Pct.
.389
.350
.231
.328
327
.326
326
.322
.318
.318
.318

6t1
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50
57
53

33
52
49
47
47
47

22

21
24
16
15
15
15
15

24
22
19
18
18

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12 0 1.000
9 3 .750
10 4 .715
8 4 .667
8 4 .667

1 .857
9 2 .818
8 3 .727
5 2 .714
5 2 .114
5 2 .714,

In Near-Recoid
Tennis Marathon

FOREST HILLS, N.Y.- ttIPI)--
Tony Trabert could credit a four fouryear
year fouryear advantage and a great com competitive
petitive competitive spirit today for victory in
one of the most dramatic matches
in professional tennis annals.
The forsier basketball star from
Cincinnati, Ohio, outlasted Austra Australia's
lia's Australia's Frank Sedgman in a near nearrecord
record nearrecord marathon Wednesday night.
He dropped the first set, 6-8, but
rallied to capture the next two at
28-26 and 6-2.

This victory, which required
three hours and 35 minutes, ad advanced
vanced advanced Trabert to the semi-final
round of Jack Kramer's $15,000
Tournament of Champions. He was
joined later by world pro king Pan Pancho
cho Pancho Gonzales, who defeated Ashley
Cooper of Australia by 6-3, 6-2.

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In the third week of play in the
Putt Putt League the two leading
teams were paired to play each
other. This match was expected
to be very close, but still there
was a little bit of an edge on the
Fide of the Colonial team, there therefore
fore therefore it was expected that the Co-I
lonial team would more into first
place.
Here again the Los Independien
tes, also referred to as, the old
men. showed that experience and
age could hold out against youth,
thus playing this fine team of
young fellows to a tie therefore
holding on to their position of tied
for first plare.
In the competition for the team
proficiency trophy the Sant ten
team finally showed their color
and gained a lead of eight strokes
over the Colonial team.
Individual competition this
mondly was ,'outstanding, Jorge
Pas Rodrigues who up to this
noint was eading has hel(1 his
lead.
Although Jorge held his lead
there Were 11411Y Player's who hid
better scores thia Monday such as
J. A. Vi thrift who had a total of

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Olmedo Avenges Loss
To India's Krishnan

1

BY ROBERT MOSEL
WIMBLEDON, England (UPI)--
Alex Olmedo, Peruvian ace of the
U.S. Davis Oup team, blasted out
a vengeance victory over India's
Ramanathan Krishnan yesterday
and gained the round of in
the Wimbledon Temiis Champion Championships
ships Championships along with Airman Barry
MacKay of Dayton, Ohio.
The top-seeded Olmedo, upset
by Krishnan in straight sets in
the London grass courts tourna
ment last Frida, wore down the
stocky Indian in a tense, 95-minute
match, 64, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5. before
a throng of 15,000 Januned around
the center court. Krishnan's deli delicate
cate delicate touch on stop volleys and
deft service returns began to fail
him in the third set under 01-
medo's steady pounding and Alex
never let up.
MacKay, Oimedo's Davis Cup
teammate and seeded fifth, wal walloped
loped walloped Jan Lewitt ly of Denmark,
6-3, 6-2, 8-4, and advanced along
a route that May lead to an
eventual showdown with second secondseeded
seeded secondseeded Neale Fraser of Australia
in the first quarter of the draw.
Fraser downed Michael Hann of
Great Britain, 7-5, 6-4, 6-2.
In women's singles, third-seeded
Darlene Hard Of Montebello,
Calif., and seventh-seeded Sally
Aim Moore of Bakersfield, Calif.,
moved into the fourth round with
straight set victories. Karol Fa Fageros
geros Fageros of Miami and Mimi Arnold
of Redwood City, Calif., gained
the third round by winning
matches postponed Wednesday be because
cause because of rain.
Miss Hard, runnerup to Akhea
Gibson in 1957, breezed past Mrs.
Rosemary De loford of Britain,
6-0, 6-2, winning kie first set in
12 minutes. Miss Moore, steadier
at the baseline and superior on
the few forays she made to the
net, defeated French champinn
Paula Courtelx, 6-4, 6-4.
Miss Pageros downed Mrs. Vera
Thomas of England, 6-2, 6-1, and
Miss Arnold came from behind
to oust Deirdre Catt of Britain
2-6, 6-3, 64.
TWO unseeded Amer loans fell in
men's second rounders postponed
from Wednesday. Malcolm Fox of
Baltimore lost to Jean Molinari
of France, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, and

Putt Putt League

63 and Augusto Lindo who had a
66.
M the present time these three
players look like the best players
in the league, therefore if they
continue their good play until the
month of August comes around
one of them is likly to win the
Putt Putt's first open golf tourna tournament
ment tournament of which the winner is
sent to the United States to com compete
pete compete in the world wide Putt Putt
tournarnent of which the winner
receives two thousands dollars.
In the competition for the wo womans
mans womans trophy Dora Burgos has'
played excellently and has moved,
way out in front of the rest of the
field.
As of last week Raul De twine,
was leading in-the rate for 'Most
hole in ones, but after this weeks
play the dropped back by a marg margin
in margin of two hole in ones to J. A. Vs Vs,
, Vs,
' L Twt.S
Los Independientes 2 0 1 1825
Colonial 2 0 1 1814
Calaxie 1 2 1963
Iantzen
2 1 0 1808

Colonial 2 0 1 1814
Ca Wile 1 2 1963
,1antzen 2 1 0 1808
Ansa 1 1 1 1946
Panama Ingurane6 1 2 0 2236
Cuentas Com. 0 .0 2517

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CHAMPS GET TROPHIES Members of the Fo rt Robbe switnming team -receive congratulations
from Col. Ralph A. Jones Jr., post commander. on winning the Panama Armed Forces Swimming
and Diving Championahips. Colonel Jones presents the team trophy to Second Lieutenant Raymond
Tomlinson, team coach. To the rear, left to right,. are, Sp4 Carl Christoff, Sgt..Alberto Sp4
Nick Chandler, S'p4 John Whitehead, Pfc. James Clayton, Ste. Glenn Gehringer. Pvt. Fred Herrs Herrsschner,
schner, Herrsschner, Pfc. Lazzlo Martin and Sp4 Pedro Bantillo. WS Army Photo)

Armenteros, Tot() Finish Drills

For Sunday's Bout At Stadium

Jacques Grigry of Alhambra,1
Calif., bowed to Manuel Santana
of Spain, 6-2, 4-6, 4-8, 9-7, 6-2.
Olmedo and Krishman, for two
sets, played as fine a brand of
tennis as the amateur game can
muster as they enthralled a cent center
er center court gallery including the
Duchess of Kent.

Krishnan, known es the Ma-1
dras Magician" because of his an
ticipation and control of the ball,
was unseeded but an acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged threat after defeating mith
Olmedo and Fraser to win the
Londoli.lvatim,up. for Wimbleilho't
And for two sets he gave every
indication those victories last
week weren't flukes.
Christine Truman, Britain's 18-
year-old top-seeded star, moved
into the women's fourth rotmd alt alter
er alter a three-set struggle with rat
Ward of Britain, who once
reached, the U.S. final. Miss Tru Truman
man Truman won 4-8, 6-4, 8-3.
In doubles, teams involving
American men and women met
with varied results.
EarI (Butch) Buchholz of St
Louis, who gained the singles
third round Wednesday, teamed
with Australia's Warren Jacques
in a 8-3, 6-49-7 victory over Ire Ireland's
land's Ireland's Joe Hackett and R. V. Got Gott
t Gott in the first round.
The top-seeded women's team
of Miss Hard and Jeanne Arth
of St. Paul won a second rounder
from Deirdre Catt and Jennifer
Trewby of Britain, 8-1, 6-1. Miss
Truman and Beverly Baker Heitz
of Long Beath, Calif., defrated
Janet Hoppa of Seattle and Maria
Bueno of Brazil. 7-5, 6-4, in the
first round.

Toots Shor's Famous Saloon
Being RazedNew Building

By OSCAR F RALBY
NEW YORK (UPI) It was a
night of Scotch and sodaand
years and tears.
Nineteen years of them, and ev every
ery every night was New Year's Eve.
Carl Sandburg wrote an epic a about
bout about somebody who was "as hard
as steel and as soft as a drifting
fog."
He could have been talking about
a big fat China-lookin' guy, named
Toots Shor. Tuesday night Toots
closed his saloona hangout ,for
saints and sinners, boxers and
businessmen, actors and the ac acquisitiveto
quisitiveto acquisitiveto make way for a nev!
building.
TOUGH GUYS CRY

Toots cried. So did a lot of other
tough guys. People like Johnny
Broderick, a hard rock Broadway
detective, Jack Dempsey, the all-,
time tiger of the prize ring. And
John Wayne, the guy they call "The
Duke," who stayed around till 'the
,last bottle was empty and the,Itst
glass'was broken, ",
They were 'ell there -- Ara,.
Ole. the stage's Jim Barton, ,De ,Detroit's
troit's ,Detroit's passe Spike,Briggs, 'Fratik
Conniff, Bob Considine, Fred Cor Corcoran,
coran, Corcoran, and Walter Cronkite
They talked of the ni,,,ht 19 years
ago when Toots opined the door,
reached in his pocket and threw
the last thanp across the street In
a gesture which was to bring' him
0,500,000 almost two decades later.
"That night, Corcoran billed me,

Ranking Cuban bantamweight
Manuel Armenteros and top 1.'ana 1.'anama
ma 1.'anama 118-pound contender Toto Ma Marra
rra Marra were scheduled to finish their
sparring sessions today for a ten tenround
round tenround 120-pound bout at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Stadium Sunday night.
Armenteros, who says he has
done his heavy training in Mexico
where he has lived for several
years, has not gone allout in his
drills since arriving here Tuesday
afternoon.
He worked out for the first dme
on the Isthmus at the Everardo
Nufiez Gym in Colon Wednesday
when he clowned and pulled punch punches
es punches against flyweight king Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan Kid and amateur flyweight Es Esteban
teban Esteban Quiros for four rounds.
Last night he repeated his
"show" over three rounds against
Antonio (Corazon de Toro) Gonza Gonzatest
test Gonzatest at 4110,Nadmi,Gym during an
amateur program.
The 29-year-old visitor toyed with
young, game Gonzales most of the
time and in the last round he sent
back the youngster on his heels
with a stiff right to the head, and
obligingly held up the lad when he
got shaky.
The consensus among tbe enthu enthusiastic
siastic enthusiastic crowd who saw the workout workoutexhibition
exhibition workoutexhibition was that the local boxers
who meet the Cuban in the three
bouts plarvid for him here are go going
ing going to have their hands full.
Armenteros said last night that
his burning ambition is to get a
crack at world bantamweight mon monarch
arch monarch Alphonse Halimi's crown
soon.

Ha limi, a Frenchman, defends
his title against Mexican 118-pound
king Joe Becerra in Los Angeles
July 8.
Armenteros will Spar at the Na National
tional National Gym at 4 o'clock this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. General admission price for Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's program is $1.50.

Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Sam
Snead, and Jug McSpaden," re recalled
called recalled Jimmy Demaret, "and said,
'Let's go t( Shoes.' I said, 'Why
go all the way to the seashore,
when we can eat here in New
York?' ",

1'1 Or( WER ERE
'
They were Slithers John Da Daly,
ly, Daly, Dom DiMaggio, Jay C. klippen,
Ford Ericicoi Tom Gallery, Hy
Gardneti,'. Bill Gargin and Jackie
Gleapon,
Also !....ClaUde' Harmon, Ned
Irish, Lou Little,. Sid Luckman,
JohnnY Lujack, Jack Mara, Shel Shelley,
ley, Shelley, Mayfield, Bud Palmer, Gabe
Paul. Toney Penna, Red Smith,
Horace Stoneham,' tan Topping,
Earl Wilson,. Craig Wood. and Bill
Zeekendorf, .4
They recalled the night that Toots
opened the joint.Eddie Cuchin. the
piano feller, gave Shor a blank
check. With it, Toots established
his credit.' Pnee established, he
gave the gime check back. In fond
mernorAA1 04.40061(s later Jimmy
Conzelmati of Alio 3Chicago Cardi Cardi11818
11818 Cardi11818 wanted tO play some tin pan
piano.' Toots 8elit out for a piano,
and the party,lasted seven days.
' was Shor's that Joe DiMaft DiMaft'Pio.
'Pio. DiMaft'Pio. Nald, "I'm lucky tiY be Yen Yen,
, Yen, kee.t" -;
"I'm lucky ltO be' a saloon keen keener,"Toots
er,"Toots keener,"Toots wept, ,, Tuesday night.
,,,,And I never turned a guy down."
From ;100 Voices ht, attendance the
reply camly,"and,'vice verrsa." It
watt a tremendoto epitaph.

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Editor; CONRADG SARGEANT
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National League
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
TEAMS W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 40 '29 .580
San Francliia 39 32 .549 2
Las Angeles 39 33 .542 212
Pittsburgh 38 34 .521 Vs
Chicago 35 34 .507
St. Laois 31 37 .456 81a
Cincinnati '31 38 ''.449
Philadelphia 25 41 .379 1312
Todas Games
St. Louis at Cinchmati (N)
Chicago at Milwauee (N)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles iN)
Philadelphia at San Fe. (N)

Yesterday's Results
Pitt. 000 000 100 002-3 7 0
S. F. .001 000 000 000-1 0
Haddix, Face (2-) and Btirgesl
FM les.
Miller, Pitcher (1-1) and Schmidt,
Began.
St. Louis 000 002 100-3 1 3
Milwauee 002 000 000-2 5 2
Mizell, McDaniel (54) and R.
Smith.
Burdette (11-6) and Crandall.
(Night Game)
Chicago 010 001 040-6 10 2
Cincinnati 000 100 010-3 5 0
Anderson (4-6), Remy end S.
Taylor.
Purkey (6-9), Pena, Schmidt and
Bailey.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 000 000 200-2 '3 1
Los Angeles 400 100 00x-6 8 0
Roberts, Farrell (7) and Thom Thomas.
as. Thomas. Drysdale (8-5) and Roeeboro.

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TEAMS
Closo land
Chicago
Baltimore
Now Yor
Doh
Boston
Kansas City
Washingron

Am eHcan Learne
EAMS Yi L Pct. 41;
ovoland 34' 39 .5M
iisago 36 31 337 1 :
a itimoro 36 n .529 114
ow Yor 35 32 .522 2 ;
otrot 3.5 33 .515 212
oston 30 36 .1.55 614
limas City 29 36 .446 7
rathingron 30 31 ..141 714
Today's ,Gamei
4
New Yor at Chicago (N)
Boston at Cleveland (N)
Washington at Kansas City al)
Baltimore at Detroit (T-N)

Yesterday's Results
Boston 200 000 120-5 11 2
Detroit 015 001 03z10 10
, Brewer (5-4),Baumaun, Monbois
quette, tiely, Wall and Daley,
White.
Bunning (7-0), Morgan and Bat'
beret.

Washington 000 100 000-1 1 1
Chicago 000 022 00xt S 0
Ramos (7-7), Woodesehiek arkt
Courtney.
Leman (1-2) and BatteY

010Milm

Baltimore 000 000 020-2 2
Cleveland 100 001 01x-3 1 :
Wihelm, Placket (-1) and Tri Tri&ado&
&ado& Tri&ado&
Locks, Garcia (14) and Brownt.1
(Night Game).
New York- 110 200 616:--6
City 0003 300 001-4 6 ,1 ;
Maas (6-4), Sheets, buten ant
Berra, Howard.
' Sturdivant (1-4), Coleman, Mey
sr, Kudos and House, ChM.

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JOTTINGS BY JJ HARRISON
CLARENCE MOORE, Portland,
Class AAA Pacific Coast League,
registered his first home in
two years with an inside-the-park
drive at Saccamento, June.,.14, in
the seconettiturbf a ddilbftqfealt;
er that Portland took 6-0.
The utility .infielder was aided
slightly when the rightfielder lost
the ball and couldn',t find it.
000
WINSTON BROWN, Sacramen Sacramento,
to, Sacramento, Class AAA Pacific Coast
League, bowed to Portland, 6-0,
June 14, for his ninth loss and
the fourth time he was tbe vie-1
tim of a shutout. On that date he
had won four games.
o0o
CLYDE PARRIS, M on tr e
Class AAA International League,
was fourth among the loop's hit hitters,
ters, hitters, as of June 17, with a .328
average.
The veteran third baseman had
14 homertms and 54 RBI's to be
runnerup to Buffalo's Pancho He Herrera
rrera Herrera in both departments.
JONN ANDERSON, Mi a mi,
Class AAA Internation. League,
contributed his third straight ef efective
ective efective mound job when he baf baffled
fled baffled Toronto with his knuckle knuckleball,
ball, knuckleball, 4-1, June 11.
Anderson didn't walk a man in
posting his seventh win. In 91 in innings,
nings, innings, Johns permitted only 14
passes.
As June 17 his won-lost record
was 8-3 and he had a 2.32 ERA.
o0i
J I M HA R DI SON, Columbus,
Class AAA International League,
was sent to Mobile, Class AA
Southern Association.
o0o
PLIMPSHE 'GREEN, Minneapo Minneapolis,
lis, Minneapolis, Class AAA American Associ Association,
ation, Association, had moved up to seventh
among the league's top hitters
with a .325 BA as of June 16.
Six of his basehits were round roundtrippers
trippers roundtrippers and he had driven in 24
runs.

o0o
GEORGES MARANDA, Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Class AAA AMeriCaA Asso Association,
ciation, Association, came through with a 8-3
triumpii Jti Ile 14, against India Indianapolis.
napolis. Indianapolis. It was Maranda's fifth conse consecutive
cutive consecutive victory and his eighth, in
nine deciaions. 27-year, old
French Candian, a question-mark
reliever at the start of the sea season,
son, season, had turned five omplete
games and owned a LK ERA for
75 innings.
He had allowed only two lionv
ers and had fanned 58 and milt milted
ed milted 25.

BILL GABLER, Fort Worth
Class AAA American Association,
returned to the lineup, June 12,
and celobroted with two hits in
each game of a doubleheader a against
gainst against St. Taut
'Gabler had been sidelined
since June 4 by an injury.
o0o
PETE MESA, Denver, Claiis
AAA American Association, has
been informed that his elbosv
trouble is a hairline fracture.
Sidelined sinct June 2, when
his elbow swelled up from what
was believed to be a calcium con condition,
dition, condition, the righthander returned
to the firing line against Dallas,
June 13.

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However, he had to ,quit in the ',,
second inning because of pains
JA the flipper. X-rays taken the'.
next day disclosed the fracture,
and Mesa was expected to be
out anttber Jen, itiorst;.4,o two,44
iveekti. He i9wned 4a 3:8 record.
CHARLIE BEAMON, Amarillo,
aass AA Texas League, was n
charged 'with both defeats in
marillo's, doubleheader loss to
Austin, 9-7 and 7-5, June 14, when,
the righthander started the open- '',
er and relieved briefly in the
nightcap.
ALONSO BRATNINAITE, Mon-
terrey, Class AA Mexican League,
had climbed up to a .308 average
as Jtme 14.
Brathwaite had hit two homer--
and batted in 12 runs.
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STANLEY ARTHUR, Poza B1-4,1
Class AA Mexican League, had
an 8-4 record including games of
June 14. His 62 strikeouts was-,
t
secend best in the leop.s
1
ILEB PEDEN, Shreveport, aais .-
,AA Southern Association, has be-J-4
cOme an exponent of the pitcher.
switching maneuver made famous
several years ago by Patti Rich Richards.
ards. Richards. Whe,n Dave Newkirk weakener'
in the eighth liming at Mobile,
June 14, the catcher manager
shuttled Bill Kirk and Newkirk
between the mound and outfield
,to preserve a 3-1 victory.
Two nights earlier Bob Davie
moved to left field for one
ter, then returned to the ant,
retired the last two Mobile hit hitters
ters hitters for a 2-1 triumph.

o4i

ARMy-NAVY MIXED
i 'LEAGUE
As the 14th week of bowline
came to a close, we You-Nameteam
held a good edge overno,
its nearest rival in the Army Na Navy
vy Navy Mixed League which meets at
the fort 10hoe Alleys.
Private First Class Herb Zost
and Chief Warrant Officer Sndlt,.;
are' tied for the season's highl
average with a 173 each, while
Gin,ny Hassler and Nell Raper;
are running neck and neck for the
top woman's spot with 139 eaCh.i,
Other high averages are:
S F4
High game men, Sic. Frank Gari
cia 224 ,-
sic. Lee Strade
High game ,women,
Betty Whale 172 203:
High series men,
SergeantGarcia. $77 631;
High series women,
Lee Mathlas 440 560,
'Complete team standings areisI!
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You-Name-1.1S 40 18
Las Escopetas 34 30
The Flyers '28 2IP'
Three Flngers 28' 28
Whoops 28 28'
Ten Pins 27
Sandbaggers , 25 27 '''
Goofballs 23 29.
Lagartas 22 114"
Ramblers 19 21

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NEW YORK, June 26 (UPI) Here's a toast stu I .'::!.::':,'.-,, , , ,
Moon, L. A. 62 226 42 74 327 :-':','i ot
pint-sized Elroy Face, who now owns the longest Temple, Cin. 69 273 47 89 .326 i ....
nrting streak of any relief pitcher in major league Gilliam, L.A. 62 221 43 72 326 ,,,,
Pinson, Cin. 69 283 56 91 .322 ,,, National League Asme:rican Learns :
h tory. ,cimoli, St. L. 67 271 45 86 .318
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'Boyer, St. L. 64 239 38 76 .318 i..J."I'q IA
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B4 by his Pittsburgh teammates, inning to put the Cubs ahead, 2-1, American League ,, ...
k San Frantisie 39 '32 .549 2 Baltimore 36 n .529 1
w his 12th straight game with- and they clinched the game when :,, .::. 1 1
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Kalme, Det. 63 247 .39 86 .348 t t I..A .1
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ting back to May 30, 1958, Bob Anderson notched his fourth Fox, Chicago 67 274 36 87 .318 49 ; :: f.,,,.a. ',,,,,,..4 ,,..."44.4-
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Howie Krist and Ted Wilks. two Red batters in the ninth. Bob
started occasionally Purkey, now 6-9, was the loser.
an was not strictly a relief pitch- Don Drysdale pitched a three threeI
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HOPSCOTCHBob Anderson took to the air in a hurry as.
Frank Robinson of the Reds slid safely at Crosley Field Iry
Cincinhati. The Chicago Cubs' pitcher covered the plate
when a wile pitch got away from Catcher Cal Neeman. Ed.
4 Palley, the Reds' catcher who was at kat, got 9ut the way!!
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'lace Track Graded Entries

P.P. Horse Jecker
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 7
1st RACE

14Mikel G. Milord 108 Nothing to indicate 10-1
2Ju lio Verne Jose Rodrig. 113 Poor recent races 50-1
3Empire C: A. Alfaro 108 Poor start it last 10-1
4--Mss P. X Valenzuela 10 Good early speed 15-1
5-roloyero G. Montero 110 Could score again 4-1
6Mi Ca Ilthlt H. Hidalgo 105x Usually close up 15-1
7-L'-restival 13 Haeza 108 Jockey should,Itelp 5-1
11Maese A. Gonzales 117 With bettet ride, maybe 10-1
9Pnberia F. Sanchez 110x Must go lower 15-1
10Madame Cucu H. Mora 112 Form indicates 2-1
11Blue Paint H. GUS14k 112, Will fight it out 3-1
12--tEl Agheila D. Delgado 1.01x r-Not off recent races 100-1
1341Bathina J. Talavera 110 Doesn't seem likely 100-1
14(Sunfair M. Chalmers 100x Hopeless case 10, 1
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2nd Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fes. Purse $650.00 Peel Closes 1:30
lnd RACE" OF THE DOUBLE

1Towns Wall B. Aguirre
2--tLa Fama H. Hidalgo
3Now Then J. Phillips
4--;Ramo H. Gustines
6Baranoa M. Valenzuela
6Pepin J. 'Talavera

Sth Race 'A" Natives 7

1Bosilong0
2Apache
3-2ruti Fruti
4Ciria
5LMehicano

6th Rims 6th Sories'Imp. Fg
lst RACE 01
1Dofia Flora H. Hidalgo lo:
2La Desiree M. Valenzuela 11:
3Recife J. Phillips 101
4Pangal H., Matt 11:
5-0torongo B. Baeza 111
6Maniart H. Gustines 111

1;Mouche F. Avlarez 105
2Germanio F. Justiniani 112x
3"Plucky H. Hidalgo 105x
4Alucinado J. Phillips 113
5-2C1Oriclela F.- Sanchez 110x
6Red Label No Boy 110
7-:Abolengo B. Baeza 115
8(Manandoagua A. Gonza. 100
9(Crews Hill H. Mora 105

St. Como's,
Fgs. Purse $450.00 Poo Closts
OF THE DOUBLE

118 Bad trailer last two
98x Brief early speed
116 Rates fair chance
113 Should beat these
108 Improving steadily
112 Will fight it out

J. Phillips lie Quit badly in last
A. Gonzales 105 Hard to beat here
H. Gustines 111 In fight to finish
H. Hidalgo 103s Breaks will decide
B. B4aeza 116 Enjoying rare form

14--Ali A. Perez 110
2Don Lueho H. Gustines 106
3-rkGavian H. Hidago t000
4Apina H. Mora 106
5-.-paan Tostado J. Mos 112
aI tgibtak Y M 14 Top la 122

tth' Race 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fos.Purse 1650.00 Pool
ON E TWO
1Bright Spur J. Talavera 110 Long overdue
2-41locese H. Mora 110 Was never better
3Lobo V. Castillo 110 Would surprise
4LBucalemito B. Baeza 115 Jockey may help
5-0,-Neeful H. Gustines 114 Enjoying top form
6Gracedero J. Ulloa 112 Form indicates
7-agonies Pet A. GOInaleS 100 Early speed only
aEmbassy H. Hidalgo 102x Could make it now

10th Race 1st Swills !pap. 1 Fes. ---
14--Ali A. Perez 110 Early speed only
2Don Luau) H. Gustines 106 Will fight it out
3-rkGavian H. Hidago 'MO -L-Rates fair chance
4Apina H. Mora 106 Could be upsetter
5-,LAPan Tooted J. 'Mimi 112 --Rates good chance
. .., lis tt 11.20za 122 ,--Should score here

Y rbe.'Art I ,A,

11, Paco "Special' Imp.. to oFtre. P4tioe $650.00

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lotreon
2Porro
3--Dofia Lizda
411-,Smart Catch
5Damajuan
r, Sorret. Road
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441ALko
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dileieiti4ohoson'Ciairh,PostOohemnfiWiii 1461-0-

1Brandal Dit ViklenzbelV 108 -Cood 'eitlY speed'
2Guillotina E. Dario 100 Not against these
3;-Atrayente B. Baeza 114 Should score here
4-4,Don Sam G. Milord 108 Would surprise
5-,,,Singaluz H. Mora 110 Rates good chance
64Condottiero H. Hidalgo 9Ca Nothing to indicate
7-asFalange H. Gustines 105 Could score here
8--;Montesco V. Castilo 110 Razor sharp form
9-6,Last Moment 13;liguirre'112 ',Dangerous contender
.,.

Has beaten much bettr
Improved; dangerous
Poor effort in last
In fight to finish
Far back in last
--Would pay off here
Mutuels favorite
Nothing in months
Depends on start

1,Don Grau G. Milord 108 --Usually fractious
olito M. Nalenzuela 110 Poor recent races
3Black Bee H. Hidalgo 105x --Could make it here
04Paniel H. Gustines 114 Should score at will
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4 8tha:S6ies1.1:1inp.illlests.ltiti-44,3.4ocrAki,'! :'Poo.. tips's
QUINIELA

7th,, Race 4th Serensci
FOgeTtrir D$6401tt-E Pool Closes

Ph Race "Special" Imo. 5 Pas. Purse $650.00 Pool Clow
QUINIELA
1San Judas t. Ulloa 111a,.Showed nothing in debut
2Stacatto .11.,kGust.ines 1142Seems best here
3Azabache 11,..-:Hidalgo 109x iGood early speed
4Ranchipur "Milord 105 Improved in last
5Aludido C. Navarro 112x Reportedly speedy
8Edimburgo 13. liaeza 108 Disappointment to date
7Arancel Alvarez 108 Should be runnerup

A- Perez 108 Nothing recenflY
G. Milord 105 Returns from layoff
H. Hidalgo 102,t Good early speed
F. JUStitillt: 100xWould pay off
E. Dario 110 Usually close up
B. Baeza 115 Jockey could decide
F. Alvarez 115 Reportedly clessy
H. GUStinel lin Form indicates
F. Sanchez 110xProven "quarter-horse"
J. Cadogan 105 Depends on start

Odds

1:00

5-1
25-1
3-2
10-1
3-1
30-1
4-1
2-1
3-1

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3rd Race "C" Natives 6 Fgs Purse $425.00 Pool Cloos 2:00

5-2
10-1
EVEN
3-5

2:30

10-1
15-1
5-2
1-2
5-2
2 1

Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool C:oses 3;00

8-1
3-2
5-2
5-2
2-1

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th Roc eth Sir les'Imp. 1 Fgs.Purso $450.00 Pool Closes 3:30
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
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1Dofia Flora H. Hidalgo lo3x Usually close up 4-1
La Desiree M. Valenzuela 112 Could make it now 3-1
3Recife J. Phillips 106 Not good enough 50-1
4Pangal H., MOra 112 Too sluggish for these 10-1
5-0torongo B. Baeza 110 Could get up here 5-2
6Maniart H. Crustines 118 Should score easily EVEN
7Hermelina J.' Ul loa 112 No. 1 ccpntender 2-1

4:15

4-1
5-1
15-1
2-1
30-1
25-1
3-2
5-1
5-1

4140

10-1
4-5
4-1
5-1
15-1
5-1
5-2

Pool Closes S:15

3-1
5-2
10-1
4-1
3-1
2-1
100-1
5-1

5-1
3-1
8-1
10-1
1-2
1-2

Pool Closes. .

5-1
8:1
5-1
15-1
4-1
2-1
2-1

8-5
25-7

25-1

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By JACK CUDDY .;
v.,
NEW YORK din) Rain
caused postponement of the big'
fight from last ight- to, tonight,
and both ehamplon Floyd
Patterson and chalenger Inge- :
far Johansson claimed the delay
would help.
However Jack Dempsey who
had watch'ed both in- training
said. 24year-old Patterson would
be aided by the switch' since he
appeared "too tine," slightly over
trained, at the finish.
The old Manassa Mauler
stressed that Johansson of Swe Swedenwho
denwho Swedenwho hasn't hosed since last ;
Saturday"may be logy from the
inactivity caused by another day
off."
Shifting t h e -Yankee Stadium
heavyweight title fight to to toright,
right, toright, however, had no effect on
the odds which Mill favored the
.champion at a lop:sided 5-1.

Forecast For Rain

There was a possibility that an anothe
othe anothe postponement would be nec necessary.
essary. necessary. The weather forecast for
today saki, "There Is a chance
for Friday afternoon or evening
showers or thundershowers."
In such case, promoter Bill
Rosensohn wasn't certain whether
the match would be shifted to
Saturday or to Monday. He has
cleared both dates at the stadium.
He is considering Monday, he
he said, because it might be bet better
ter better Ior theater-television through.
out the country.

Tale Of The Tape

NEW YORK, (UPI)--Here's the
tale-of-the-tape for tonight's Floyd
Patterson-Ingemar Johansson
heavyweight title fight:
Patterson Johansson
24 Age 26
18212 Weight 197
5' 11" Height 8, va,,
71 Reach 7212
40 Chest 43
42 Chest ex. 45
3412 Waist 34
2112 Thigh 24
1512 Calf 16
1412 Biceps 1612
12 Forearm 15
6 Wrist 7
123AL Fist 1312
16,,As Neck 17
912 Ankle 10

Rosensohn stressed that the one oneday
day oneday delay to ',,tOrfight Ircilt tr t
help the gate, for which the ad advance
vance advance already was $500,000. "It
will help us if the weather is
good today," he said.
Meanwhile, he was refusing all
refunds on tickets. He said, 'The
rules state we must refund only
if people are in the ball park
when rain forces a postpone;nent.
This fight was postponed in plenty
of time. and I do not intend to
give any refunds, while it is still
scheduled."
But what about visitors who
have to leave town
"The fight is still there," he
declared, "1 do not plan to give
refunds."
'rhe postponement was an announced
nounced announced two hours after t h e
weigh-in at which 26 year old
Johansson out-weighed the chain chainpon,
pon, chainpon, 196 pounds to 182, for an
advantage of 14as expected.
Each was about a pound tower
than his original target. Floyd of
Rockville Center, N. Y., was his
owest since becoming champion.
He scaled 192? the night he cap
tured the vacant crown by knock knocking
ing knocking out Archie Moore, Nov. 30,
1956.

$1,108.20 DAILY DOUBLE
STANTON, Del. (DPI).Helio.
bubble, paying MBA in the first
race at Delaware Park Tuesday,
teamed with Apple Dumpling $17.-
20 for a $1,108.20 dilly double.
Those who parlayed Heliobubble
with Nancys Wish and South Wis Wisner.
ner. Wisner. both scratched in the second
race, were awarded additional dai daily
ly daily double returns of $7440 and
$101.80, respectively.

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AERIAL BALLET Sergeant First Class Glenn F. Gehringer does
a front jack knife with lull twist from the three-meter board during
one of the diving events which featured the Panama Armed Forces
Swimming and Diving Championships held at Fort Gulick.
(US Army Photo)

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HOOFBEATS

Three newcomers are scheduled
to bow into the local horse racing
picture this weekend. Alanita, A Aludido
ludido Aludido and Sonic are the names
of the young imported through throughbreds.
breds. throughbreds. Alanita and Aludido are twoyear-olds
while Sonic is a threeyear-old.
Aludido is scheduled to
go in tomorrow's eighth race for
two-year-old maidens. Sonic is
entered fox tomorrow's eleventh
race and Alanita goes in Sunday's
fourth race.
Alanita, a chestnut daughter of
Avestruz Festejada, is owned by
the Haras San Mguel imd trained
by Emilio Mejia Galva.
Aludido, a bay coated colt by
Aierays-Finanza, is full broth brother
er brother to Alucinado. Hs Is owned by
Miss Mari lu Franklin and is
trained fiy Harbert Palmer.
Sonico, a bay son of Espace Vital-Maline,
is owned by the Stud
,Ases4 and traMed tyy 'Daniel-Or
niglio.
Fractious Muichen returns to
the races after a lengthy layoff
with a new owner-trainer. Regi Reginald
nald Reginald Douglas is the brave owner
who is taking a chance on the
promising Chilean colt that usual usually
ly usually refuses at the start.
Porro, formerly owned by the
Stud 4 lises, is now the property
of Mrs. Viola Redhead. Gerald
Silvera does the training. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, James Silvera acquired
weak-hearted Campagnard. Jimmy
will do the training himself.
Condottiero, owned by Julian
and Harry, is now being trained
by Carlos Harry. He was former formerly
ly formerly handled by Henry White... Ta Tanara
nara Tanara returns from a layoff this
weekend. Felix Rodriguez replaces
Luis Rodriguez as her trainer.
The Stud Ceatolei's Ali and La
Brisa wil! race this week with
Manuel Rivera registered as their
trainer. Eulogio Benedito is their
former trainer of record.
Highly rated His Majesty is
another racer that has a change
of trainer. Jose Reyes Oguin is
mow rasponsibl for getting Joss
F. Mariategui's hope ready.
Renata, San Vicente, Donito and
Azabache wil race without blink blinkers
ers blinkers n the future. Donito and Aza Azabache,
bache, Azabache, owned by Alfredo Boyd,
were turned over to capable train trainer
er trainer Domingo Demare this week.
Tarasca, Mouche and Depend Dependable
able Dependable are back under the guidance
of their owner-trainer Daniel Ci Ciniglio.
niglio. Ciniglio. They all sport the colors of
the Stud 4 Ages.

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As usual, leading jockey Brau

By Conrado Sargeant

GUNCLUB
NOTES

Mm.114
.011100,

lio Baeza Will pick up the $325
for first prize in the joekey con contest
test contest at the end of the first semeAer
this Sunday, June 28. Baeza has
129 wins as compared to runnerup
Sandino Hernandez' 40.
With Hernandez and third place
Amado Credidio on the sidelines,
Heliooro Gustines and Jose Ulloa
will attempt to creep into second
place. Credidio has 36 wins whie
1Gustines kits 34 1-2 (34 clean vic victories
tories victories and a deadheat) and iThoa
is close up with 33.
Best Workouts: Siete y Medio
beat Pan Testa& by one length
n two furionigs n 12 1-5 ,23 4-5
after both had gone a furlong in
12 1-5. Sticcato went a quarter
mile In 24 1-5. San Judas did two
furlongs in 24 3-5. Granadero
went a half mile in 49 3-5. Pic Piccolino
colino Piccolino did the four fur:ongs in
SI. Tuft Frorti, a half milk it) !,,2
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BALBOA
Clay birds are again roosting at
the Balboa Gun Club's Far Fan
Trap Range and will be thrown
Sunday, June 28, at 10 aim Come
early and register for the 100 bird
shoot. 25 birds will be offered
from 16 yards, 50 birds from
A.T.A. hAndicap and 12 pair
doubles.
Prizes will be given for high
gun' in eaeh event, Including
junior shooters who compete in at
least one 25 birds event, with no
winner receiving more than one
prize.

Along The Fairway
The low gross honors of last
Thursdays Ladies Day Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament at Amador went to a new
club member, Pat Dees.
Pat shot an 85 to win over the
other players The old club mem members
bers members at Amador welcome Pat, and
hope that she will continue to
shoot good golf.
Foy Fraunenheim wori the low
net in the first flight with a net
73. Maria Musgrove was runner runnerup
up runnerup with a net 76.
Mary Faison won first place in
the second flight with a 78, and
Eva Badger's 82 captured second
place.
Bev Diller WM the low putt
tournament for the day.

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Track's Best Clash TomorroW
In $1000 Seven Furlong Dash

A half dozen of the track s first
series imported througnbreds will
match strides tomorrow afternoon
n the teatured $1,000 seven fur
long sprint at the President Re Remon
mon Remon racetrack.
This race could be a farewell
performance for the entry form formed
ed formed by Siete y Medio and Pan Tos
tado and the speedy Ali. These
horses will be sent to Puerto RI
co soon and for the past month
their departure for the Carib
bean island has been announced
for "next week."
Stout-hearted Don Lucho, im improved
proved improved Gavilan and sprinter Al Alpina
pina Alpina complete the group entered
for the main event. The Pan Tostado-Siete
y Medio entry is sure
to go off the overwhelming mutuels
choice.
Last Sunday. Siete y Medio won
by three Darts of a IPneth imer
Constantino but was disnualified
Met. his entrvmstp, P,n 'TostnAn
carried Constantino wide Remise
of Ont. of thp many el,stic rernin rernintions
tions rernintions of local racind the stewprris
chsnoert the result of the rlee
since "in their (minim," rnnstIn
linn would hpve been tl,e winner
if hf, had not been fooled.
Thera is no dmibt thnt thn Qs' For
ards decision( in last Sonri-v's
r"P wns eorrect hut th.me will be
other instances in t h p
"stewprAs' (minion" mov not cnin cninride
ride cninride w4th major;ty. This could
cp,'QP trouble
The best thine for local raeina
omcials n is in chanoe the
ruie on disnualifications and nirp
niitnrnatin w$,PnbiPpr thero iq
nrovpn fnul in thp finsi nuarter nf
A race nnt tpkino into ,mnst,lera.
tion opinions on the probable nut nuteov,a
eov,a nuteov,a This week, barring diSattaiifit'a
finnp fhe, cAPnla leftitim
"qtirknilt Tt rACITIV condi.
'inns ,TA riffht. Sii.1:0 Vreiirk Anti
Pan Tostado could finish "one

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two." However, Don Lucho, which
will be ridden by leading jockey
Braulio Baeza's arch-rival, Helio-!
doro Gust'nes cannot be discount discounted.
ed. discounted. Baeza will again have the leg
up on Siete y medio while Jose
Ulloa replaces foul riding Oscar
Bravo on Pan rostacto this week
Alejandro Perez will guide Ali,
Homero Hidalgo will be aboard
Gavilan while no rider had been
announced for Alpina at press
time.
The secondary attraction could
be a rare thriller. Bright Sp5t,
Diocese. Lobo. Bucalemito, Neeful,
Granadero, Ionia's Pet and Ern ErnMissy
Missy ErnMissy will battle it out over seven
furlongs for a $650 purse. Nine
other prospective thrillers are in included
cluded included on an attractive card.

Racetrack Tips

By CONRAD()

1-Madamo Cucu
2-Atrayenta
3-Danial
4-Now Than
5-Mohicano
6-Maniart
7-Abo tango
8-Stacatto
9-Buca !mite
10-Siote y Medic (6)
II-Sal-ma Road

Festival
Montosco
Black Boo
Pop lo
Apache
Otorongo
Alucinado
Azabacho
Neeful
Don Lucho
Second Cuo

LONGDEN SUSPENDED
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)
Veteran jockey Johnny Longden
was notified Tuesday he had been
sus2ei.ded by stewards of Balmo Balmotal
tal Balmotal for 10 days. Stewards charged
Longden with cutting across the,
field too sharply during his winning
ride aboard Honeys' Gem in the
S50,000 Beverly Handicap last Saturday.

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. Stout-hearted Don Lucho, im- be a rare thriller. Bright Spot, a refreshin
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proved Gavilan and sprinter Al- Diocese. Lobo. Bucalemito, Neeful.
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----..4"e"""" e",-.-e--eeee----eae-iiee-,...:,,,eaa,.41::.,a ..e- heavyweight title f i g h t to to- ,' eluded on an attractive card. a
choice.
a HOPSdOTCHBob Anderson-to-ok to-the air in-a'hu a. inight, however, had no effect on
Frank Robinson of ,the Reds slid safely at' Crosley Field loll 1 the odds which Still favored the Last Sunday. Siete y Medio wonl
by three parts of a length ewer
CincinhaTit 'rho Chicago Cubs' pitcher covered the plate champion at a lop:sided 5-1. Racetrack Tips
Constantino but was disnualified
-when a wile pitch.got away from Catcher Cal Neeman. Ed,
Mee his entrvirlte, 1371 mo4tptip
4 Palley, IheeReelesetcher who was,at hat,,, got eut of the waael, Forecast For Rain I carried Constantino wide Pecallse
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--r . ,... .,..,,,, a. or OnP of thP many Plstie reguln- By CONRAD()
- There was a possibility that an- I. se
. othe postponement would be nee- ...m.mommotawssio0,044,..9,,,,,,,b;,4. lak.. -. tions of Ineal racine fhp pfpwnnim
'''-lace' Track' Graded' Enttles essary. The weather forecast for ,-
today said, "There is a chance . ehangee the reselt of the race 1-Madame Cucu
sinee "ir their mentor" cnnstan 2-Atrayente Festival
Montesce --'------- - 0
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- for Friday afternoon or evening AERIAL BALLET Sergeant First Class Glenn F. Gehringer does 'inn wonld hew. benn tv,r, winner 3-Daniel Black Bee r rizzc3 ilannums111011
P.P.. Horse Jockey St. Comeliest' Oath showers or thundershowers." a front jack knife with full twist from the three-meter board during if h P had not been emiled. 4-Now Then Pepin ,
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fes.Purse $450.00 Poo Closes 1:00 e one of the diving events which featured the Panama Armed Forces There is Tin &milt th,T 0,4. etew 5-Mohicano
In such case, promoter But . . Apache 0 't
- 4641
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE Rosensehn wasn't certain whether Swimming and Divmg Championships held at Fort Gulick. ards decisinn( in last Send-v's 6-Maniart
r"P wq Pnrroct hilt 0,4mi,, will he 7-Abolengo Otorongo
aesese.a,............
the m a t c h would be shifted to (US Army Photo) Alucinado
14Mikel G. Milord 108 -Nothing to indicate 10-1 Saturday or to Monday. He has ,rn...,.................,r......,.,,, other inglanepc In 10101 t h 0 8-Stacatto
, stewaras' (minion" el,e nnt enin- 9-Bucalemito Azabache
2-Julio Verne Jose Rodrig. 113 -Poor recent races 50-1 cleared both dates at the stadium. Neeful
3-Empire C: A. Allier 108 -Poor start ir last 10-1 He is considering Monday, he rte.. with tea majority, Tide mild 10-Siete y Medic (s) Don Lucho
4-Mss P. -M. Valenzuela 10 -Good early speed 15-1 he said, because it might. be bet- HOOFBEATS CP" QP trouble. 11-Serres Road Second Cuo
The best thing for Pleat racine
5-7Joyero G. Montero 110 -Could score again 4-1 ter for theater-teleyision through. ( tik
mews tn rin lc in rhanrre the LONGDEN SUSPENDED
6-Mi Caut1va H. Hidalgo 105x -Usually, close up 15-1 out the country.
7-L'-restival B. liaeza 10$ -Jockey should,hele 5-1
By Conrado Sargeant rele on diertualificetiona one ra,e,
it ant-floe:We w$,enelPnr there, ii n INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI) llteeeielik) 1
li-Maese A. Gohzales 117 -With bettet ride, maybe 10-1' Veteran jockey Johnny Longden
was notified Tuesday he had been
9-Poberia F. Sanchez 110x .-Must go lOwer in Tale Of The Tape ea,......-...................a.......... nroven fnul in the final rt,101,er.tiezro:
-'" a race tint- talcincr into
hila-2el.ded by stewards of Balmo-
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10-Madame Cucu H. Mora 112 -Form indicates tion opinions on the probehle net11-Blue
Paint H. Gustines,112..-Will fight it out 3-1 Three newcomers are scheduled lio Baeza will pick up the $325
cr,-. tal for 10 days. Stewards charged
100-1 NEW YORK, (UPI)-Here's the to bow into the local horse racing for first prize in the joekey con- This week, barring disollaeee,, Longden with cutting across the,
12-(E1 Agheila p., Delgado 101x. r-Not off recent races
ege(pationa .' J. Talavera 110. --Doesn't seem likely .1004 tale-of-the-tape for tonight's Floyd picture this weekend. Alanita, A- test at the end of the first semester tis ae. i, .. i aie. field too sharply during his winning
14-(Sonfair 'M. Chalmers 100x -Hopeless case 160, I Patterson-Ingemar J o h a n s s o n ludido and Sonico are the names this Sunday, June 28. Baeza has pie
"stieloea ,, Tf g la e
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$50 000 Beverly Handicap last Sat Sat.,
., Sat., --- heavyweight title fight: of the young imported through- 129 wins as compared to runnerup 'tee. rp ritylilt. jot:717,4'
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2nd Race "Special" Imp- 6 Fes. Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 1:30 breds Sandino Hernandez' 40. Pan Tostado mild enish "one urday.
,, ind RAC,E- OF.. THE DOUBLE Patterson Johanseon Alanita and Aludido are two- With Hernandez and third place
.
24 Age 26 year-olds while Sonic is a three- Amado Credidio on the sidelines,
1-Brandal IC Velenibefa 108 -Ociod earlY' sPeer ' 5-1 18212 Weight 197 Year-old. Aludido is scheduled to Heliooro Gustines and Jose Ulloa
2--,-.Guillotina E. Dario 100 -Not against these 25-1 5' 11" Height 6, 12,, go in tomorrow's eighth race for will attempt to creep into second
3-eAtrayente B. Baeza 114 -Should score here 3-2 71 Reach 7212 two-year-old maidens. Sonic is place. Credidio has 36 wins whie
4-4,etIon Sam G. Milord 108 -Would surprise 10-1
40 Chest 43 entered fee' tomorrow's eleventh Gustines has 34 1-2 (34 clean vic- 0 ,,r )
5-eSingaluz H. Mora 110 -Rates good chance 3-1
42 Chest ex. 45 race and -Alanita goes in Sunday's tories and a deadheat) and alhoe
64.Condottiero H. Hidalgo 9ex -Nothing to indicate 30-1
3412 Waist 34 fourth race. is close up with 33. 0 easaint10 0 Og D 11 E.11,Ell
7-Falange H. Gustines 105 -Could score here 4-1 Alanita, a chestnut daughter of
Thigh 24 -o0o8-Oviontesco
V. Castilo 110 -Razor sharp form 2-1.2112 AvestruzFestejada, is owned by Best Workouts: Siete y Medio
1511 Calf 16
9-oLast Moment 13; Agultre 112 e-Dangerous contender .... 3-1 the Hares San Mguel imd trained beat Pan Tostado by ono longth
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3rd Race "C" Natives 6 Fes. Purse $425.00 Pool Cloves 2:00 12 Aludido, a bay coated colt by after. both had gone a furlong in
6 Wrist 7
1-.-Don Grau G.. Milord 108 ;--Usually fractious 5-2 1234 Fist 1312 Aloraye-Finanza, is full broth- 12 1-5. Stilccato wont a quarter
sir to Alucinado. els Is owned by mile in 24 1-5. San Judas did two
2,---,S. olito M. ,Valenzuela 110 -Poor recent races 10-1 Ps Neck 17 Miss Marilu Franklin and is furlongs in 24 3-5. Granadero
3-,131ack Bee .. H. Hidalgo105x --Could 'make it here EVEN 912 Ankle 10 trained by Herbert Palmer. went a half mile in 49 3-5. Pic.
4,,,,4-Daniel H.., Gustinee 114 --Should. score at will 3-5
iked ,---- Sonico, a bay son of Espace Vi- colino did the four fur:ongs in
Rosensohn stressed that the one- tal-Maline, is owned by the Stud SI. Tutt.Froti, a hale mite in 52 ,
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vance already was $500,000. "It -o0o- with "EXTRA
1-Towns 'Wall B. Aguirre 118 -Bad trailer last two 10-1 will help us if the weather is Fractious Mulchen returns to
2--eLa Fame H. Hidalgo 98x -Brief early speed 15-1 good today," he said. the races after a lengthy layoff NOTES COOL"
3-Now Then J. Phillips 116 -Rates fair chance
4-aRamo H. Gustines 113 -Should beat these
6-elearanoa M. Valenzuela 108 -Improving steadily
6-Pepin J. 'Talavera 112 .--rWill fight it out 5-2 Meanwhile, he was refusing all with a new owner-trainer. Regi1-2
refunds on tickets. He said, "The nald Douglas is the brave owner BALBOA
5-2 rules state we must refund only who is taking a chance on the Clay birds are again roosting at
2-1 if people are in the ball park promising Chilean colt that usual- the Balboa .Guin Club's Far Fan 41014,,,,-,
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Sth Race 'A" Natives 7 egs. purse $50000 pool cases 3:00 of time. and I do not intend to Stud 4 lases, is now the property early and register for the'100 bird
.., give any refunds, while it is still of Mrs. Viola Redhead. Gerald shoot. 25 birds will b offered .......... : .........:. .
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1-tiosilong0 J. Phillips 110 -Quit badly in last ;....,'- scheduled."
A.T.A. hendicap and 12 pair ...sse.
2-Apaehe A. Gonzales 105 -Hard to beat here r, But what about visitors who while, James Silvera acquired .. .. :,all .. aeieeeea
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3-21'uti Fruti H. Gustines 114 -In fight to finish ''"' have to leave town weak-hearted Campagnard. Joum1 doubles. 611 .,a... ...
4-Ciria H. Hidalgo 103x -Breaks will decide 5 2
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6th Race 6th Series'Imp- 1 Fes.Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 3:30 atrelot tiaa.,,,,,, .....,
, 1st RACE OF THE. DOUBLE flounced two hours after t h e ly handled by Henry White... Ta- least one 25 birds event, with no -,,
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1.--Dolia Flora H. Hidalgo 1u3x -Usually close up 4-1 Johansson out-weighed the cham- weekend. Felix Rodriguez replaces prize. -00. ,.... ..
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2-La Desn'ee M. Valenzuela 112 -Could make it now 3-1 NM, 196 pounds to 182, for an Luis Rodriguez as ber trainer. ..
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6-Maniart 11. Gustines 11B -Should score easily EVEN Rockville Center, N. y was bis trainer. Eulogio Benedito is their The low gross honors of last
7-Hermelina J.. Ulloa 112 -No. 1 contender 2-1 owest since becoming champion. former trainer of record. Thursdays Ladies Day Tourna- ( ..e.,.
He scaled 192? the night he cap Highly rated His Majesty is ment at Amador went to a new "Extra Heavy" RISI "Extra Cool" NISI Rosulor NISI
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tured the vacant crown by knock- another racer that has a change club member. Pat Dees. i.e- ',.
For men who like the feel For men who lik th For men who like the feel 1,. :.
Itti Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fes-Purse $600.00 Pool Closes 4:15 ing out Archie Moore, Nov. 30, of trainer. Jose Reyes Oguin is of heavy lubricating wake-up feeling of skin- of whisker-wilting bar. ;, '
2t1C1 RACE OF THE DOUBLE 1M6. mow responsible for getting Jose Pat shot an 85 to win over the "brushless lather." bracing menthol lather. bonbon lather.
F. Mariategui's hope ready. other players, The old club mem1-eMouche
F. Avlarez 105 -Has beaten much better 4-1.
---o00- hers at Amador welcome Pat, and
2-Germanio F. Justiniani 112x -Improved; dangerous 54 $1,108.20 DAILY DOUBLE Renata, San Vicente, Donito and hope that she will continue to Whatever your type of beard, there's a Rise that'e just
3-'Plucky H. Hidalgo 105x -Poor effort in last 15-1 Azabache wil race without blink- shoot good golf. right for you.. a RISE instant lather that can give you
2-1 STANTON., Del. (UPI)-Helio4-Alucinado
' J. Phillips 113 -In fight to finish
30-1 bubble, paying $139.40 in the first ers n the future. Donito and Aza- Foy Fraunenheim wori the low the smoothest, cleanest shave you've ever had-in half GET wichc
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5-2-Charicleia F.- Sanchez 110x -Far back in last bache, owned by Alfredo Boyd, net in the first flight with a net the time! And a RISE shave is a 24-hour ahave-with
6-Red Label No Boy 110 '-7Would pay off here 25-1 race at Delaware Park TuesdaY, were turned over to capable train- 73. Maria Musgrove was runnerGC-T
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B. Baeza 115 -Mutuels favorite 3-2 teamed with Apple Dumpling $17.- er Domingo Demare tins week. up with a net 76. built-in after-shave comfort to keep your face feeling
8----(Manandoigua A. Gonza. 106 -Nothing in months 5-1 20 for a $1,108.20 daily double. Tarasca, Mouche and Depend- Mary Faison won first place in smooth, soft and comfortable all day long
9---(Crews Hill H. Mora 105 -Depends on start 5-1 Those who parlayed Heliobubble able are back under the guidance the second flight with a 78, and
CHOOSE THE RISE THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU AND ENJOY A REAL 24HOUR SHAVE
--- with Nancys Wish and South Wis- of their owner-trainer Daniel Ci- Eva Badger's 82 captured eecond
lith Race "Sped'!" Imo. 5 FecPurse $650.00 Pool Closes 4140 ner both scratched in the second niglio.They all sport the colors of place.
GUINIELA race, were awarded additional dal- the Stud 4 Ages.
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1-San Judas ..r. Ulloa Ille..--Showed nothing in debut 10-1
4,5 $101.80, respectively. As usual, leading jockey Brau- I tournament for the day.
2-Stacatto ,, .,.1-1.e,Gustinee 1141e-Seems best here
3-Azabache H,..ellidalgo 109x i-Good early speed 4-1
5-1
4-Ranchipur ' G. '' Milord 105 -Improved in last
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5-Aludido C.Navarro.112x -Reportedly speedy
6-Edimburgo e B. ,Baeza 108 -Disappointment to date 5-1
, r. Alvarez 108 -Should be rumierup, 5-2
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H. Gustines 114 -Ehjoying top form 3-1 .'' 1 0.,'-
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2-Don Lucho H. Gustines 1Ce -Will fight it out
H. Hidago tOoxl -L--Rates fair chance 8-1 Xrery Firestone tubeless tire The gumzilloped 8F Safety New. exclusive tread compound 4
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H. Mora 106 -Could be upsetter 10-1 Liner which clings to pone- of rubber that .cushion 'unifier skid protection and ,
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2-Porro '14 141. 4' 'ONi .4".1N. 4 1, .:h;,4; : ', ,,,, ,,,t,,,., :..P.;: '''''' 1 t
3-e-Dofia Linda H. Hidalgo 102tC-Good early speed 5-1 .se,a,. e. i
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linen. China glassware. Exclusive
residential section. Bella Vista.
Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT:Very modern one
bedroom apartment, near El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hotel, $65.00. Call 3-
3421.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, 2 bathroom, dinette,
large kitchen, Front and back
porches, garage, "1.." Street and
Via Argentina, El Cangritio. Tel.
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Apply Federico Boyd Ave. D4-22
opposite Nicaraguan Embaar,
WANTED: 2 saddle horses,
call 82-3255, 8-4, 83-6173,
atter 4 p.m.
WANTED: Sound projector,
16 m m., 60 cycle. Phone 3-
5667.
PIGS UNDERFED
WALSALL, F,ngland (UPI)
Farnier Ruchana Pool was fined
$5E1 Thursday after the Royal So Society
ciety Society for thc Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals complained in court
that he underfed five pigs,
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DUMFRIES, Scotland (UPI)
Helen Finch, 44, was fined $5.t10
yesterday for sending a "noxious
and deleterious substance," name
ly a smoked herring, through the
Miss Finch mailed the kipper
to her boy friend afler he calimed
he no longer wanted to see her
lin order to get even with him,
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FOR SALE: 1958 Ford V-8
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fect Perfect condition, 16,000 miles.
Price $1900 will consider all of offers.
fers. offers. Must sell before June 30.
Contact Mcl !vain, House 248-D
Coco Solo. Phone 36-356. For
demonstration on Pacific or At Attlantic
tlantic Attlantic side.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
convertible Impala coupe, model
1767, color Harbor Blue top,
equipped with Turboglide, push
button radio, and w.w. tires,
available for delivery at Miami,
Florida. on or about July 11.
1959. $2,776.00. Call Mrs.
Brown Panami 2-1759 from 2:00
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FOR SALE:-1956 Ford Sun liner
&Me, Thunderbird engine,
power steering, Fordomatic, ra radio,
dio, radio, duty paid, 51550. Navy
3519.
FOR SALE:--1952 4 door Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, Cranbook sedan, 6 01Y
tires, both body and engine in
fine condition. Tel. 6-511 or,
house No. 0267, Apt. C. Gam Gamboa,
boa, Gamboa, CZ.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
88, power steering, hydramatie
and radio. $575. Balboa 6378 or
6444 7:30 3:30.
FOR SALE:-55 Chevrolet, hy hydromatic,
dromatic, hydromatic, radio. 2 tone (black
and white) 2-10 model. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Call Balboa 1835.
FOR SALE:-1957 Chevrolet 2-
door, 1510-A Calabash Street.
Gavilifin Area, Balboa.
FOR SALL-1957 Ford Fair Ian
500 Special, Thunderbird motor,
heater and blower, magic bar. ra radio.
dio. radio. clock, power brakes and
steering, windshield washer, back backup
up backup lights, other extras. Qtrs.
334-A Albrook. Phone 3134.
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FOR SALL-1955 Chevrolet 4-
door sedan, 6 cyl. Tel. 2-1275.
6333-A, Los Rios.
FOR SALE:I958 two tone,
two door Ford. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, reasonable priced. Phone 5-
565. Can be seen at house 255-A
Simon, Gatun.
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FOR SALLRunabout, 13 feet,
15 h p., Evinrude, trailer, con controls,
trols, controls, complete. $400. Clayton
2281.
FOR"01.1:f-2Y Evinrude
6175.00, phone Balboa 1816,
anytime, house 0859-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE:Bludworth under underwater
water underwater metal treasure locator,
brand new. Tel. 3-1214.
FOR SALE:--8 h p. marine en engine,
gine, engine, Carlson, Balboa 3548.
16 ft. inboard 230 h.p. Chrysler
motor, excellent condition, speed
50 mph. Boat needs repair,
$125.00. Motor with Monel
shaft a n d bronze propeller,
$150.00. Trailer, 575.00. Ac Accept
cept Accept any offer over $225.00 for
all.
New IS ft. cabin cruiser, origi originally
nally originally $875 now $500. New 131,6
runabout, was $250 now
$125.00. ABERNATHY across
side street,Panams Hotel. Phone
3-6895, 3-0264.
Buffalo Takes
Firm Grip On IL
First Position
NEW YORK, June 26 (UPI)
The Buffalo Risons have taken a
firm grip on first place in the
International League, thanks to
the timely long-ball hitting of out.
fielder Don Landrum.
Landrum's second home run of
the gatne in the ninth inning gave
the Bisons a 5-4 victory over the
Miami Marlins last night, and put
the Bisons two games in front in
the tight race. Chris Short pitched
the full game for the herd to chalk
up his seventh win of the camp campaign
aign campaign against one setback.
In other action, the Richmond
Virginians edged the Montreal Ro Royals,
yals, Royals, 2-1, the Toronto Maple T,eafs
shaded Columbus, 5-4, and Hava Havana
na Havana clubbed Rochester 12-6.
At Rochester. thn Sugar Kings
snatmed out of their recent hit hitting
ting hitting slump with a 15-hit assault
that included two homers by Len Lennie
nie Lennie Cardenas and another by To Tony
ny Tony Gon7Aler The win moved the
Cubans to within a half game of
the first division.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States Mite let Court For The
Ithirict of The Canal Ione
Ro !boa ViSiOn
In the matter of the estate or Rob Robett
ett Robett F. Lee Anderson, Deceased. No.
a539. Probate.
Notice of time set for proving Olt and
Rearing application for letters.
Notice is hereby given that a petition
Ifir the probate of the will of Robert
E. Lee Anderson. deceased: and for the
issuance of letters of administrotion
with the will annexed to Sam R. Moo Moody
dy Moody wits filed in this Court on June 11.
1959, and that July le, 1959 at 9 o'clock
m., in the Courtroom of this Court At
Ancon. Canal Zone. has been net for
the hearing of said petition. when And
where Any person interested may appear
ln contest the game. and show cause.
if Any, why sold petition should not be
'fronted.
Doted at Ancon, Canal Zone. (his June
1959
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Clerk of Court
(Seal)
BysLok E. Harrigon
Chief Deputy Clerk of Court

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NEW YORK (1)131)There was Monroe had him ahead, seven
a haunted look in the eyes of the rounds to four with one even. Re Rehandsome,
handsome, Rehandsome, brown haired man feree Eddie Joseph had him on
which emphasized the authority of top, seven rounds to five and the
his voice. other judge had him all even.
"When a guy has a right hand "Three rounds to go," Billy re relike
like relike that, you've always got to members. "Then the right hand."
give him a chance." Savage Attack A Mistake
Billy Conn spoke as an expert. Conn weighed only 174 pounds,
He was talking about Ingemar that night. Louis scaled 199 1-2
Johanssoo, the Swede whose hopes But the cocky Irish kid threw cau cauas
as cauas he tries to take the heavy- tion to the winds and went out to
weight championship from Floyd swap punches with a savage dis-1
Patterson tonight depend on the claim It was a mistake. In hls
hammer of Thor which he carries exhilaration he forgot about the
in his right hand. big right hand of the mask-faced
Conn knows all about the big man in front of him.
right hand and what it can do to Louis crushed a right hand to
a guy's hopes and dreams. It's a the chin and Billy Co,nn, the al alweapon
weapon alweapon which could blast Patter- most champion of the world, drop dropson
son dropson off the heavyweight throne; ped to the floor as if shot through
the atom smasher of the boxing the head.
business which twice blasted Pitt- It was a great fight, that nightl
burgh Billy's dreams of taking in 1941. So tremendous that
this same championship. during the war years, while Billy
Give Patterson The Edge and Joe both were in khaki, the
"Patterson is fast and you have sports world dreamed of the re reto
to reto give him the edge," Conn said match. Five years later, on an anas
as anas he looked 18 years back into other June night in Yankee Sta Stathe
the Stathe frustrating past. "But speed diumwhere Ingo and Patterson
isn't always enough, particularly match shots tonightthey fimill7
if the other guy has that big right went at It again.
hand." Again the right hand took him
out.
Because
Conn knows. Time ran out for Billy in the
on another New York eighth round. It was the same
night in June of 1941, Billy had right hand ond with the same re
the heavyweight championship of suit. Conn toppled over, flat on
the world within his grasp. Then his back, and the farce M what
the right hand of Joe Louis bullet- right have been was ended. So
ed through the night and tore it you can understand the authority
from his hands. in his voice, despite the wistful
Billy was a boxer; one of the quality, when Billy Conn says:
best And through 12 furious "When a guy, has a right hand
rounds he held command although like that, you've always got to
he had gone in a three to one un- give him a chance."
, derdog. As he sat there waiting It welt could happen again to tofor
for tofor the 13th round., Judge Marty night.

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FOR SALE:Frigidaire 11 se.
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Auburn Grid Great
Jimmy Hitchcock
Dies Unexpectedly

MONTGOMERY, Ala- --(UPI)
$11 442 Damages
1 ) .. ---
Funeral services were planned to today
day today for Jimmy Hitchcock, great
Auburn footbaill player and a TALLAHASSEE (UN) Fed-,
eral Judge Dozier A. Devane
member of the Football Hall of
Fame. t o d a y awarded $11,442 dam damages
ages damages to a Negro clergyman and
Hitchcock was 48. He was strick strickhis
his strickhis white wife who were assaulted
en Tuesday night at a dinner and
died early Wednesday morning. by a white passenger when they
refused to move to the rear of a
Louis.
The state House of Represen-1
I bus e,nroute from Miami to St.
tatives unanimously passed a res resolution
olution resolution expressing its regrets. He'
was a member of the Auburn The damages were assessed
against Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc.,
board of trustees and had been on
of Tampa.
the Alabama Public Service Com Commission
mission Commission since 1947. The Rev. Grover C. Bullock and
his wife, Helen, of Jamaica, BritHigh-ranking
members of Au Auish
ish Auish West Indies, sued for $505,000
burn's official famiL paid tribute.
damages, claiming the bus com com"Whenever
"Whenever com"Whenever I think of the sue suepany
pany suepany knew the racial situation in
cess of Auburn," said Head Coach
Florida end should have protected
Ralph Shug Jordan, "I can't help
but think of Jimmy Hitchcock. I its passengers.
shall always be grateful for his Judge Devane refused the dam damfriendship
friendship damfriendship and guidance." ages more than a year ago. but
David Mullins, vice president
who spoke in, the absence big was reversed by the U.S. Circuit
r,e,-V: Court of .Appeals and ordered to todent
dent todent Ralph 2"Draughon,-i's '4'he assess "reasonable" damages.
rendered immeasurable services to
our school."
Athletic Director Jeff Beard New York Central
said, "He was a great guy and
thik was a great loss." Keports Profit
Wilbur Hutsell, track coach who
has been at the school since 1921 NEW YORK (UPI)The New
and who coached Hitchcock, said, York Central Railroad reported
"He was an outstanding member yesterday net income for May of
of Auburn's first great football $3,346,217 or 52 cents a common
team ... His sudden death is a share which lifted its profit for
shock to all of us." the first five months of 1959 to
$6,548,000 or $1.01 a share.
,WILD SHOOTING SPREE The Central's showing is in line
PERTH, Australia (UPI) Rob- with that of most Of the other
ert J. Thomas, 22, ran amok with big eastern roads where profits
a gun yesterday and killed a roung have reflected sharp earloading
couple and a taxi driver. He also gains. Both the Pennsylvania and
wounded a police sergeant in a Erie Railroads reported Wednes Wednesrunning
running Wednesrunning gun battle and shot him- day they earned money in May.
... .

WILD SHOOTING SPREE
PERTH, Australia (UPI) Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Thomas, 22, ran amok with
a gun yesterday and killed a roung
couple and a taxi driver. He also
wounded a police sergeant in a
running gun battle and shot him himself
self himself in the jaw before he was
captured.

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electricity Cali W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
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du Carondu 4198.
Negro Clergyman,,
White Wife Win
$11,442, Damages
TWA Airliner
Crashes In Italy
'With 58 Aboard
MILAN, Italy, June 26 (UPD
A Trans World Airlines airliner
with 58 passengers aboard crash crashed
ed crashed near Legnano here today, air
port officials said here.
Mrs. Ida Fergus
Dies Following
Lengthy Illness
Mrs. Ida Fergus died at Santo
Thomas Hospital at 5 a.m. today
after a lengthy Illness.
Surviving her are her daughter,
Mrs. Olga (Tuty) Fergus Nelson,
and her son-in-law, Ovidio Nelson,
of Panama City.
Funeral services were scheduled
for 3 p.m. tomorrow at St. Paul's
Church.
Sports Briefs
CARDS SIGN DITTRICH
CHICAGO (UPI) The Chicago
Cardinals have signed guard John
Dittrich of Wisconsin to a 1959 con.
tract. Dittrich, recently discharged
from military service, was the
club's sixth draft choice in 1956.
FLEMING CANADA-BOUND
VANCOUVER, B.C. (UPI) Wil Willie
lie Willie Fleming, Iowa hanaek, has
signed to play with the Western Di Division
vision Division Lions of the Canadian Foot Football
ball Football League.
MECHANIZED RELIEF CORPS
MILWAUKEE, CUM The
Milwaukee Braves will have a
mechaniZed relief corps begin beginning
ning beginning tonight. Bullpen hurlers
will arrive from their center
field shelter on a scooter.
CRAIG WINS 2,000th
DETROIT (UPI) Jockey How Howard
ard Howard Craig recorded is 2,000th
track victory aboard Ibn Ponder
in the third Pace at Detroit
Wednesday. Craig followed with
number 2,001 in the fourth on Nit
Pushovee,

Salchmo Feeling
Dandy:i11111
MOW Hem Again
paTeSapPrie0)dt0. taLo,'ubetitsalAryr,emsp:soutrnnodening2: apz
treatment- today and his doctor
said the best thing would be to
get him back to New- York as
scion As possible.
The 59-year-old jazz king,
hospitalized with bronc hial
pneumonia, heart trouble and
body swelling, flashed his fa famous
mous famous smile and was as cheer cheerful
ful cheerful as he could be last night.
A reporter had told his physi physician,
cian, physician, Dr. Alexander Schiff, that
it had been rumored. the famed
trumpet played had died.
"Well come take a look, said
Schiff.
Mrs. Armstrong woke her
sleeping husband with a gentle
kiss.
"How do you feel, honey?" she
asked as she propped him up
on two pillows.
"I feel just dandy, just dan dandy,"
dy," dandy," flashed Satclamo.
The doctor said Armstrong
was "getting better. His tem temperature
perature temperature is slightly above nor normal."
mal." normal." It had shot up to 102 yester yesterday
day yesterday after a relapse but he re responded
sponded responded to treatment later in
-the day.
"We would like to get him
back to New York as soon as
possible," said the doctor. "We
will watch him closely for the
next few days and when he is
better he will go back to Rome
and then hop on a fast jet for
New York.

US Army Missile
Crews In Italy
Reducid By Half
VICENZA, Italy, June 26 (UPI)
The U.S. Army has been forced
by an economy drive to cut in
half an elite atoinic missile unit
guarding the invasion approaches
to Northern Italy. Italian forces
will take up some of the slack.
The unit, known as the 1st Mis Missile
sile Missile Command, will complete a
slash from 4,000 to 2,000 men by
next week.
Its two "Honest John" rocket
battalions have been disbanded,
leaving two battalions which will
man the longer range "Corporal"
missiles and carry out other mis missions
sions missions with reduced strength.
The U.S. "Sky Cavalry" recon,
naissance group has been cut from
400 to 200 men. Infantry compa companies
nies companies protecting the missile batta battalions
lions battalions have been eliminated.
Two Italian units Which have
completed traloing Oil "Honest
John" rockets are -expected to
take their place in the northern
defense line shortixoibut
ed
nuclear warheads.
Italy also will be asked to sup supply
ply supply security troops.
Col. Melville B. Coburn, who
heads the missile command, out outlined
lined outlined details of the cut to visiting
newsmen. Coburn was in the army
group credited with staging a
"colonels revolt" against army
cuts three years ago.
Ike Calls Trade
Best US Weapon
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Tresid
dent Eisenhower said yesterday
the reciprocal trade program is
this country's most potent weapon
in tne werldwide economic Jmittle
with Russia.
The President told ,Congrest it!
an annual message on the Pro
gram that several developments
last year had raised "great prom promise"
ise" promise" for good trade relations
among Free World nations.
He noted, however, that there
will be many economic problems
posed by the European coMmon
market, the less-developed coun countries
tries countries and "Communist attempts
at economic penetration through.
out the Free World."
Mexican Actress
Dolores Del Rio
Enters Clinic
TEMPLE; Tex. June: 26,(UPI)
Film actress bolore,Del Rio'"
has entered a clinic hers for a
physical eaamination. '
She arrived by plane from Mexi Mexico
co Mexico yesterday but declined to say
what specifically was troubling
her.
Doctors at the Scott and White
Clinic said the examination may
be completed late today.
Miss Del Rio, 54, has been re reported
ported reported in poor health recently.
She has lived in Mexico since she
left Hollywood several years ago.
Mrs. Jordon Dies
After Long Illness
Mrs. Gladys Jordan, 68, Ja Jamaican,
maican, Jamaican, died yesterday at Santo
Tomas Hospital after a long ill illness.
ness. illness. She is survived by a son,
Carlos, a daughter, Lillian, and
three grandchildren.
The body will be cremated at
Gorgas, and services will be held
at St. Paul's Church Saturday
morning.
'Gay Cro9iiers'
Plan New Shoy,,:,,
The Gay Crooners'', 1 young'
social group, will present'another
show sometime in early Augttst, it
was announced this week.
The show will be a musical fol folowing
owing folowing in the tradition of last
Tar's successful Rocking on tile
Island' presented by the group.

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U.S. BOUND Ending .22.
months as officer-in-charge of
the U.S Naval Radio Station at
Farfan, CWO Raymond G. Lund
(above) lett by air this week for
duty at the Naval Communica Communication
tion Communication Station at San Francisco.
The yeiteran Navy communica communication,
tion, communication, who has been electronics
materiatl off3icer of the Navy
Ft. Amador' Headquarters, fos
the last several months, has
been upceeded by CWO
George Schuller,
Memorial Services
Are Next Tuesday
For Edna McClain
Memorial services will be held
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Gorgas
Mortuary Chapel for Mrs. Edna A.
McClain, who died this morning at
Gorgas Hospital after a long ill illness,
ness, illness, Mrs. McClain was 79 years
old.
She was born in Crystal, Maine,
and for the past 30 years has made
her home in the Canal Zone with
her sonln-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Roland Jones of
Amt.
In addition to her daughter, Mrs.
McClain is survived by two sons,
Charles R., of Waterville, Maine,
and yernal B., of Columbia, S.C.,
and by lour grandchildren and nine
great 'graridchildren JOU
The memorial services will be
conducted by the Rev. William Eve
of the Curundu Protestant Chapel.
Members of the family have asked
that flowers be omitted. Friends
who wish may make contributions
to the Cancer Fund,
Long- 1 e Zonion
W. W. Moot Dies
At Coral Gables
Ktwir Of the death of W
lioptpodosuwo--tnanager of tb
iffiVieSitlfThlection at Mount
H:Te, has been receiveo Ly
friends on the Isthmus. His
death occurred June 21 at Co Coral
ral Coral Gables, Fla. He was 75 years
old.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday.
Mr. Moot was born In Newark,
NJ., and came to the Isthmus
in 1928 as a foreman in the
wholesale shoe section of the
Commissary Division at Mount
Hope.
In 1943, when he resigned
from the Canal service, he was
'Manager of ,the wholesale shoe
section.
He is survived by his wife and
three children.
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NEW YORK (UPI)-- Newspaper
advertising revenues in April
spurted 23 per cent ahead of the
same nth last year and was 12
per cent above the previous
month's volume Printers' Ink ma magazine
gazine magazine reported yesterday.
Newspaper ad volume in the
first four months cAf this year was
running 10 per cent ahead of the
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of high .4, .,,:'- it al gra cbt hildren. and pile, for ,the Balboa bridge I 111 I Sotheby's called in special po po,
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proximately half of the nation's I against Santiago and motmted
working force. from the Dominican Republic,
Six months after victorious Cas-- which in turn has been charging
tro forces successfully ousted that attacks against its own gov govPresident
President govPresident Fulgencio Batista from ernment have been mounted from
office, Cuban business is almost at Cuba.
a standstill. Also feared is an attack on the
Each revolutionary law passed model prison at thejsle of Pines
has brought with it almost coin- where most ardent Batistianos
plete paralysis in its field. are confined.
For example, rent reductions At the moment, any blow against
paralyzed the construction field. Castro probably would not be suc sucThe
The sucThe agrarian reform law has pa- cessful.
ralyzed cane, tobacco and rice The opposition, although size sizeplantings.
plantings. sizeplantings. Import and exchange able and growing, is not now or orcontrols
controls orcontrols have paralyzed imports. ganized. Flareups in such widely
Restrictions on installment sales scattered areas as Havana, Pinar
have almost halted retail trade. del Rio, Camaguey, Santiago
The agrarian reform law, in ad- and Manzanillo do not appear to
dition, fanned physieal resentment be part of a concerted plot.
to an unprecedented degree, even However, information in Cuba
among many who were ardent is that organized opposition is
Castro supporters. Some tobacco being built up outside, principally
farmers have vowed they will die in Ciudad Trujillo in the Domini Dominirather
rather Dominirather than surrender their lands. can Republic where Batista ores oresThese
These oresThese are native Cubans. not re- ently is in exile, and in Miami.
nresentatives of large outside busi- Batista is said to be supplyin;
ness interests which alSo are af- funds.
feet ed. There also seems reason to
Some 20,000 Batista soldiers are doubt the loyalty of some of Cas Casout
out Casout of jobs. So are many other tro's own rebel troops. Examples
thousands of public servants. are the recent purge of the air
The spark .of rebellion has been force and demonstrations of rebel
liPHO soldiers incensed against the re reIn
In reIn the last three weeks, gov- gime in Oriente province.
erninent forees have been put on Church leaders have switched
three separate alerts against at- from all-out support of the Castro
tack. administration to urge a go-slow
Apparently feared is an air policy on some government plans,
strike from without, possibly especially the agrarian reform.

'a standstill.
Each revolutionary law passed
has brought with it almost com complete
plete complete paralysis in its field.
For example, rent reductions
paralyzed the construction field.
The agrarian reform law has pa paralyzed
ralyzed paralyzed cane, tobacco and rice
'plantings. Import and exchange
controls have paralyzed imports.
i'llestrictions on installment sales
have almost halted retail trade.
The agrarian reform laW, in ad addition,
dition, addition, fanned physical resentment
to an unprecedented degree, even
among many who were ardent
Castro supporters. Some tobacco
farmers have vowed they will die
rather than surrender their lands.
These are native Cubans. not re reI
I reI presentatives of large outside busi busi!less
!less busi!less interests which alSo are af affect
fect affect ed.
Some 20.000 Batista soldiers are
out of jobs. So are many other
thousands of public servants.
The spark .of rebellion has been
In the lawt three wens, gov government
ernment government forees have been put on
three separate alerts against at attack.
tack. attack. Apparently feared is an air
.strike from without, possibly

10 Openings For Pilot
Trainees With PanCanai

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Ten vacancies for tow boat
masters (pilot training) are a among
mong among the 49 positions now avai availahel
lahel availahel with the Canal organiza organization,
tion, organization, according to the transfer
vacancy bulletin of the PerSon PerSonnel
nel PerSonnel Bureau.
Seven of the other 39 jobs are
Funeral Services
Set Next Week
For Mrs. Thompson
Funeral services will be held
next week in Quincy, Fla., for
Mrs. Cecilia Thompson, who
died Tuesday night at Gorgas
Hospital after a long illness.
She was 70 years old.
Mrs. Thompson, born !n Ire Ireland,
land, Ireland, was a widow and made
her home with a son, Gordon,
an employe ,f the ...'erminals
Div!biuh in Balboa.
She is survliNd by two other
Sgt. Paul Thompson of
the :olice Divisic, and James
M ':hompL;t, 1 former chief of
'Iransp..A ;:i kilo
nas rflir nF ,vcAl as by
Jai gramt 'hildren.
10 GAO Auditors
To Count PC Cash
Ten members of the General
Accounting office audit staff,
headed by Archie B. Jones, au auditor
ditor auditor in charge, will arrive in the
,Canal Zone June 29 aboard the
Panama liner Cristobal from New
York.
The group will remain on the
Isthmus for approximately five
months to perform the 1959 audit
of the Panama Canal Compa Compalily
lily Compalily and The Canal Zone Govern Government.
ment. Government. They will occupy space in Room
100 in the administration build build'
' build' ing at Balboa lieights and may
be reached on telephone 2-2577
or 2-2553.
, In ,,addition Joncs..members
nf the group' include Bryan Mer Mercer,
cer, Mercer, Edwardrtensmorc, Jr., Ro Roi
i Roi ltommas. Raymond Masino,
Francis Matters, James R. Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, 3owph Palau, Donald C. Put Puttiro,
tiro, Puttiro, and E. Price Roberts.

of the Fort Kobbe Dely Vacation Bible School participated in
ey depicted various Biblical characters cured by Jesus tiom
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in the Community Services Divi Division
sion Division where laborers are needed,
and five are in the Industrial Di Division.
vision. Division. The latter positions are su supervisory
pervisory supervisory general engineer, gra graduate
duate graduate intern industrial engi engineer,
neer, engineer, marine machinist, shipfitter
end pipefitter.
The Health Bureau has eight
openings. They are clerk-dictating
machine operator, clerk-stenographer,
clerk-typist, hospital at attendant,
tendant, attendant, laborer, nurse anesthe anesthetigt,
tigt, anesthetigt, optometrist and dental hy hygienist.
gienist. hygienist. Two vacancies exist in the Ad Administrative
ministrative Administrative Branch and in the
Railroad Division. The Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Branch positions are for
ellerk-stenographer and clerk ty typist.
pist. typist. The Railroad Division jobs
are machinist and track labo-er.
The Electrical Division has o openings
penings openings for a part-time telephone
operator and a clerk-typist, and
the Engineering Division has a
vacancy for a general engineer.
The Locks Division has four o openings
penings openings for lock operators. Two
are for machinists, one for an e electrician
lectrician electrician and one for en iron
worker-welder.
Other openings are supervisory
construction inspector, concrete
and pile, for .the Balboa bridge
project; supervisory clerical as assistant
sistant assistant in the Navigation Divi Division;
sion; Division; pumping plant operator in
the Maintenance Divisicm; motion
pictre operator in the Supply Di Division;
vision; Division; one librarian-teacher and
two recreation assistants in the
Division of Schools, and automo automotive
tive automotive machinist in the Motor
Transportation Division.
,Wcr Relic Display
, A
lAt Zone Library
A collection of U.S. Civil War
and Spanish American War relics,
On loan to the Canal Zone Librarv
Museum by Robert Winfield Ren Rennie,
nie, Rennie, is being displayed in the light lighted
ed lighted exhibit case at the entrance of
the Civil Afairs
The exhibit includes guns used
during the two wars, pletoral rec
ords, a discharge paper of a U Union
nion Union soldier. and many, (Ober oh
jects. The most unique Items ire
a bat and epaulets believed to
have belonged to Admiral Dewey.
The collection will remain on
display for an indefinite perio I.

337 Get Diplomas
At Fort Kobbe,
Vacation School
M11.11MEM
Three htuidred anti. thirty-seven
youngsters from kindergarten to
junior high ago received diplomas
at ceremonies which marked the
close of the Fort Kobbe Protestant
Vacation Bible School. Songs and
playlets featured the program.
A volunteer stafff of 66 instruc instructors
tors instructors and helpers provided daily
instruction for the Bible students
during a two-week period. Along
with lessons, instructors conduct conducted
ed conducted classes in various crafts.
Theme for the 1959 Vacation Bi Bible
ble Bible School was "Jesus."
In addition to providing religi religious
ous religious training, the school made do donations
nations donations to the organ fund for the
Valiente Indian Mission at Boras
,del Toro and additional aid to the
Bella Vista orphanage and the
Salvation Army through donations
of clothing and funds.
In, change.of tbe yarious depart departments
ments departments and administrative branch branches
es branches were: Mrs. Estelle Saski, gen general
eral general secretary; Mrs. Margaret
Jiancock, nUrsery superintendent;
Mrs. Margaret Goodwin, kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten superintendent; Mrs. Madge
Edgar, primary superintendent:
Mrs. Doris Carpenter, junior, su sunerintendert
nerintendert sunerintendert and Chaplain William
D. Froeschner, who met with the
junior group. Tom Hicks was in
charge of the Youth Fellowship
Group, members ot which acted
as bus guards and on the refresh refreshment
ment refreshment committee.
Gov. Potter Asks
Zone Support For
Sde Booting Week
The week beginning June, 28
has been designated as National
Safe Boating Week, a proclama
tion issued by President Eised Eisedbower
bower Eisedbower announced this week.
- In response to the President's
proclamation, Canal Zone. Gov.
William E. Potter called on all
Zonians to join in practicing saf safer
er safer boating habits in local waters
during boating week and the weeks
to follow.
It's Camellias
For Alabama
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI)
Gov. John Patterson said today
the camellia will become Alaba Alabama's
ma's Alabama's official state flower as soon
as he gets the chance to sign a
bill into law.
Asked why he would approve
the bill making the camellia re replace
place replace the goldenrod, Patterson
said:
"My wife told, me she wants me
to sign it."

Appropriations Committee Refuses
Ike Funds For Underground Centers

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WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House Appropriations Committee
on todta y reftmd President
Eisenhower funds to build the
first of eight underground centers
from which to run the govern government
ment government in event of an enemy atom atomic
ic atomic attack.
In a surprise move, it rejected
a subcommittee recommendation
that it provide 4 million dollars to
build two centers, one near Den Denton,
ton, Denton, Tex., and the other presum presumably
ably presumably at Harvard University near
Boston, Mass.
The committee took the action
in approving a $632,568,845 sup supplemental
plemental supplemental money bill, mostly hit
space activities, in the fiscal year
starting July The total was
$256,362,572 or 28.6 per cent
less than the President had re requested.
quested. requested. The successful drive to deny
funds for the war centers was led
by the committee's economy bloc,
presumably on the theory that ap

48,900,000 Dead
Seen in US A-War

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WASHINGTON (UPI)A Civil
Defense official estimated to today
day today that 48,900,000 Americans
would die in an all-out nuclear
war. A gongressman said "tens of
millions' would be victims of un unpreparedness
preparedness unpreparedness and lack of shel shelters.
ters. shelters. Eugene Quindlen Of the Of-,
fice of Civil Defense and Mobil Mobilization
ization Mobilization (0CDM) submitted the
casualty estimate to a congres congressional
sional congressional subcommittee investigating
the effects of H-bomb warfare.
Ireland Saki les
New President, Old
Patriot De Valera
DUBLIIsl (CPI) Elder states statesman
man statesman Eamon De Valera stepped
into the nation's highest office and
out of the political arena Mun Muncie
cie Muncie y.
The grizzled old Irish patriot
took the oath of office as Presi President
dent President of the Irish Republic but in
doing so, he took over a largely
ceremonial job and gave up the
politically powerful post of Prime
Minister.
Guns boomed a salute across
the flag-decked capital for the his historie
torie historie occasion. They were silenced
only when the new President's in inaugural
augural inaugural procession stopped in
front of the bullet-chipped Gen General
eral General Post-Office for one minute
and ell -pres'ent held their Lints
over their -hearts.
The GPO building was the
scene of the- first major battle
in", Ireland's bloody uPrising
agilinst" Effitish rule in 1018. De
Valera was one of the leaders of
'the rebellion that finally led to
Irish independence.
The pageantry surrOunding the
inauguration of the 77-yearold De
Valera began early this morning
as crowds collected outside Dub Dublin's
lin's Dublin's Roman Catholic cathedral to
walci; dignitaries arrive for a
solerimiotive mass to Iniptore
God's blessing on De Valera.
Services were also held in Prot Protestant
estant Protestant and Jewish houses of wor worship.
ship. worship. The actual inaugural cermony
began at. noon in St. Patrick's
Hall of Dublin Castle, once tbe
symbol of British Rule in Ireland.
Floyd-Jobansson
Championship Bout
'is Definitely On'
NEW YORK, June 26 (UPI)
A favorable turn in the weath weather
er weather led to an announcement by
promoter Bill Rosensohn today
that tonight's world heavy heavywelgght
welgght heavywelgght Inatch between. Fleyd
Patterke-13,nd Ingemar MAI
son "16 definitely on."
Mthough there was a haie
over Yankee Stadium during
the morning hours, there was
'no thrett,nf rain that might
cause -1 secend postponement of
the title match.
The weather forecast for to tonight
night tonight was "warm and humid
with fog in some places and
temperature in the low 70's."
"The Stadium's special weath weather
er weather information said that every everything
thing everything will be OK," Rosensohn
said. He added he had been ad advised
vised advised by the Stadium superin superintenoent
tenoent superintenoent that ground conditions
at tbe ballpark were "good."
The promoter said he could
not determine whethe: the one oneday
day oneday delay would help or hurt
the gate for the bout. He said
tickets were selling briskly, altnorgh-there
had b,!en some re requestt,
questt, requestt, for refunds resulting
from yesterday's 'postponement.
He reiterated his estimate of
a ci owd of 35'0)0 Ind a gate in
excess of $500,000.
Irving B. Kahn, president of
Teleprompter Inc. said hp did
not think the one-'day postpone postponement
ment postponement could hurt theater TV
sales.
proval of the President's request
would set a precedent for build building
ing building the remaining centers.
The President had asked for
92,700,000 to start work on the Den Denton
ton Denton center. The subcommittee
boosted the ftmds to 4 million dol..
lars so the government could
start on two tenter& But the 4111
committee, on a motion b Rtp.
Jamie L. Whitten (D-Miss.)
knocked out all the funds.
,,Overturning a second subcom
mittee recommendation, the cot(
mittee approved an admintstre admintstretion
tion admintstretion request for 9 million dollars
for land acquisition and construe construe'tion
'tion construe'tion to modernize the National
Space Agency's jet propulsion la laboratory
boratory laboratory et Pasadena, Calif.
The subcommittee had voted to
deny the funds in an attempt to
itoree the space agency to find a
sefer"' location for the labora laboratory's
tory's laboratory's top-secret research work,
But the committee put the 'money
back in on a motion by,, Rep.
John J. Rhodes (R.-Ariz..)

His estirnate that one out of
every four Americans would die
in a total nuclear war with Rus Russia
sia Russia touched off a dispute among
the subcommittee members. Two
questioned whether the assumed
attack conditions were realistic.
Rep. Chet Holifield (D-Calif.),
chairman of the Atomic Energy
Subcommittee, said the figures
showed "we have not faced up
to the problem of the survival of
our civilian population in the
event of nuclear attack."
Quindlen's estimates showed
that 20 million persons woutel suf suffer
fer suffer hon-fatal Injuries. He said all
128,100,000 survivors of the attack
would .be menaced by varying de degrees
grees degrees by radioactive fallout
Two Republican memberi of the
subcommittee pointed out that
Quindlen's statistics were based
on the assumption that the 'United
States would be hit by 263 nu nuclear
clear nuclear bombs aimed at 224 cities,
Industrial centers and military
targets. Such an attack would
have the destructive punch of 1,-
446,000,000 tons of TNT.
Reps. Craig Hosmer (Calif.)
and James E. Van Zandt (Pa.)
said the hypothetical attack might
be nothing like a real Russian H Hbomb
bomb Hbomb war.
Van Zandt said the assumptions
failed to take into account that
m,aity of, the 263 bombs would not
hit their targetv Some of the
planes carrying them would be
,shot down, he said, and missiles
armed with H-bombs could not be
assumed dependable enough to
hit their tsrgets- every time.
Aioafiold 'saii Lt. Gen. James
'Gavin former chief of army
research and development, de described
scribed described the sypothetical attack as
"entirely realistic and well within
the capabilit)r, of the potential
enerny".

Recreation Program
Offers Summer Fun
For Zone Children
A weekly schedule of athletic
activities, games and outings is
being enjoyed these days by
boys and girls who have siimed
for the summer recreation pro program
gram program at the Ancon gymnasium.
The morning program each day
from Monday through Wednes
day includes basketball, battleball
and other sports. After lunch
there are quiet games followed by
softball. From 3 to 4 p.m. the
students engage 'in a variety of
games including table tenni s,
soccer, -armsball, dodgeball and
other sporta."
On Thuraday, the group ,is u usually
sually usually taken to Gamboa for a
swim, a picnic and a basketball
genie.
Friday morning is set aside for
basketball games and the after afternoon
noon afternoon for contests, with the win winners
ners winners being awarded prizes.
' Parents, and friends are urged
to' attend"the Friday .coniests
and cheer for their favorite
teams.
$308,000 for Tiara
As Duchess Unloads
Baubles For Taxes
LONDON (UPI) New York
diamond merchant Harry Winston
paid $308,000 today for a tiara
sold at auction to help a duchess
pay nearly 20 million dollars in
death' duties on her husband's es estate.
tate. estate. Winston's winning bid for the
fabled Westminster tiara was the
highest price ever paid for a
single piece of jewelry in Britain.
Winston, who once owned the
fabulous Hope diamond, attended
the auction in Sotheby's on Bond
Street where the Duchess of West Westminster
minster Westminster was selling the family
treasures to pay the government
inheritance taxes on her late hus husband's
band's husband's estate.
But he left the bidding on the
1,421-diamond encrusted tiara to
his London agent, Levy Cohen.
The diamonds once were t h e
property of Queen Charlotte, wife
of King George II, and were
specifically mentioned in her will.
Sotheby's called in special po police
lice police for the sales in t h e
packed auction room where 18 of
the Westminster paintings netted
more than one million dollars on
Wednesday.
There still was no clue to the
English collector who paid $770,-
000 for the Peter Paul Ittibens'
altar piece "The Adoration of the
Magi."
The painting was sold to Lon London
don London art collector Leonard Koester
who els paid nearly, $700,000
more for,othet Masterpieces.
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NEW YORK (UPI)--Four Negro
teenagers were held in $25,000 bail
each today pending further hear hearing
ing hearing into their alleged rape of a
14-year-old white girl who has tes testified
tified testified she promised sexual intima intimacies
cies intimacies to one of them.
The girl, whose name was with withheld,
held, withheld, testified in felny court yes yesterday
terday yesterday that she made the promise
to Jacob 13ethqt.1.,WhirrOe. roads
a move to go furt er uring a 10-
minute kissing session with her.
She said she only made the pro promise
mise promise to get rid of him, that she
was "only fooling him."
She said she told him that
night, Monday, June 15, that she
would allow, the intimacies on
"Tuesday or Wednesday of the
following week." The kissing epi episode
sode episode occurred at Junior High
School 16, where she is a studeM
and where a night recreation
center is provided for young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. Later that same Monday night,
she testified, Bethea grabbed her
by the legs outside the school and
tried to drag her up the stairs.
She said she resisted and "yelled
for him to leave me alone" that
"he started acting like a wtild dog
and I said, 'get out of
" Nothing more happened
that night, apparently.
Three nights later, June 18, the
alleged mutiple rape occurred.
Outside the recreation center, she
said, Bethea "pulled a. gun from
his pocket" and placed it at her
cheek. Then he seized her and
dragged her, screaming and kick kicking,
ing, kicking, around the school building,
up step,s to a landing. She called
him a "stupid jerk," slapped him,
and he blacked her eye with
slap.
Other Negro boys appeared.
She said she screamed during
most of the holf hour of filo al.
leged attack and' that the bos
held her down, ps'il a ,handker ,handkerchief
chief ,handkerchief in her mouth anti a hand
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over the handkerchief. She
demonstrated the scream in
court.
She pointed out in the court.
room defendants Bethea and John
Rich, also 16, as having assaulted
her sexually. She said the other
two, Henry Stokes, 16, and Edward
Jacobs, 17, heldherAuting th
assault and also molested her tine
Two other Negroes, one aged 15
accused of having helped hold her
down and the other, 14, accused
of standing lookout, were sent by
a Children's Court judge for pty ptychiatric
chiatric ptychiatric examination before sett.
tencing.
The girl, husky, fivefootsix
inch dark-eyed, with reddish reddishbrovm
brovm reddishbrovm heir, was calm on the
stand. Her left eye as stlit
badly discolored. She said her
legs had been badly bruised end
her arms battered.

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nation examination dragged, Magistrate Milton
Solomon, presiding in the adoles adolescent
cent adolescent section of Queens Ire lonY
Court, adjourned the hearing wall
Friday. -He continued- -the $25,000
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